Hey guys, I’m new to beetles. Just got an order of a little over 2k beetles from Ken at Kodiak Bones and Bugs (highly recommend him if you need any beetles) anyways, like I said I’m new to this and got my enclosure set up and put the beetles in when they arrived. Temp is set about 77 degrees and humidity tends to stay between 40-50%. I think I over estimated what the beetles would be capable of right away and dropped in a deer skull. It was skinned, eyes and brains removed and as much meat as I could get off without trimming it for hours. So it’s been in for about 4 days now and they are working on it but not as fast as I thought they would. (I think I need more beetles). My question is now the skull is starting to dry out and I saw on here you can soak it in water and ammonia to try to motivate the beetles. Is this ok to do with a new colony? And if so is there an general ratio to follow? I used the advanced search and saw the ammonia thing come up quite a bit but could find a ratio. I really appreciate Anya device. Thanks a lot!