I’m building a coyote skeleton with my 7-year-old daughter. She helped me salvage this fella from the side of the road and has been helping all along the way. (Her glove removal technique is truly stellar. She could teach a few nurses I know a thing or two...) The intention is to donate it to our local Science and Nature Center for use in kids education programming. I was inspired after the under-resourced naturalist held up what was clearly a dog skeleton and tried to pass it off as a coyote. No way, lady. So I know skeletons aren’t really kid-proof. But I want this one to be as sturdy as possible so it can be useful. Any tips on how to make it as secure as possible? Wiring techniques? Glue secrets? Position suggestions? I’ve been using Elmers Xtreme school glue and wire for other articulations. I’d love you’re advice! Thanks in advance for your wisdom and insights.