Hi y'all, I have a hefty boar's skull with most of the soft tissue removed - am mostly down to connective tissue and residual ligaments - though some large slabs and chunks of skin still remain. What do you think would work faster to remove this final soft tissue - macerating or burial? I am set-up for either. There is a warm spot in the yard where my partner is down to bury the skull (wrapped in chicken wire) or we have a plastic storage bin available for soaking, but the only way we have to keep the water warm is by keeping it in direct sunlight and it still gets frighteningly cold at night and doesn't warm until midday. What are your thoughts? Thanks!