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This is my hobby. All of my bones are scavenged from the wild / roadkill. I do not support the killing of an animal, and certainly don't do it myself. All photography is mine unless reblogged. Which is rarely!
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I found a Blue Grosbeak that had been hit by a car. I bought it home to take pictures and bury it. It’s such a vibrant blue.
Note: It is illegal to keep any part of this species in the United States because it’s protected by the MGBTA. I just took pictures and gave it a proper burial.
DOUBLE NOTE: NEVER TOUCH DEAD STUFF WITHOUT GLOVES. Don’t follow my example.
I found some guinea fowl feathers, a dead White Tail.
Missing a lot but good quality. Field mouse, my cat killed and I processed. Great for jewelry or other crafts.
Missing a lot but great quality. Scavenged from roadkill, grey squirrel. Great for jewelry making or other craft projects.
that’s a good idea, but tea and coffee staining does fade a bit with time so just as a warning.
Oh gosh I can’t say I do.. I’ve never really experienced the need myself. I’ll post this publicly so my followers might can help.
OK SO. I was pinning them for several hours, sort of forgot what I was doing, and for whatever reason I licked my finger. et voila. mmmmm cicadas. ;u;
@ranatree you called it
Hallo there, Tumblr dears!
Need a bit of a recommendation. My dearest darling just sent me a rat skeleton. Now, before I open up the parcel, I would like some knowledgeable rec’s on the best way to care for it/ treat it or at least to be pointed in the…
Well, I’m going to assume that the bones are mostly clean with a bit of connective tissue (like you said) so I am going to recommend letting it soak in some water for however long it takes. You can keep it outside in a container with a lid.
Or you can just put it in some peroxide right away and see how it goes. It’s not like you’ll do any damage to the skeleton. I’m not that clean on how clean it is already so it’s up to you. Using peroxide on the bones sanitizes it completely so you don’t really have to put it in salt/borax afterwards.
I had a squirrel skeleton that only had some dried tendon left on the bones. After a peroxide soak I easily pealed off the dried tendon/muscle with some tweezers and it was as good as new!
My package arrived today from eagerbones and I’m so excited!!
WHY AM I BLUSHING