I collect skulls and bones, but usually only have to clean away dirt, stains, and insects, as they're almost always perfectly stripped down or just too old and fragile for any extensive cleaning, and that's fine. However, I recently found a rather marvelous skull, which I believe belonged to a raccoon or badger- I have yet to try and really identify it. However, this skull is extremely grisly, and I usually wouldn't have even bothered with it if it weren't so intact. It still has tons of skin and flesh left on it, but is completely mummified. I don't have any experience working with flesh of any kind, and have tried to remove it through force and soaking it in hydrogen peroxide- I'm sorry if that's a rookie mistake. I've had a little success, but it's still largely covered, and tissue is sticking rather stubbornly to the bone. Any advice on what to do would be appreciated. Thanks.