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Persian cat skull 1 by WarpSkellian Persian cat skull 1 by WarpSkellian
No, not an alien...but close :)
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TeaLeafPanda Featured By Owner Jun 18, 2013
Wow those eye sockets are huge! Their eyes cannot be that big! ;O;
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HallowpointPaws Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks so much for posting this! As a future veternarian, this is so helpful.
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Tuffycat Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2007
Freaky looking! Do you use beetles to clean the skulls? There is no way I ever would have guessed what kind of creature that was from!
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WarpSkellian Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2007
I mostly use an anthill in my mom's back yard, but I will sometimes use the 'soup' method, which is decay-by-water, or I'll bury them for a while. Tiny ones I'll strip, dry then soak several times and scrape...I don't like dermestids because they'll get into the things you don't want them into, like food. As for skulls of cats, their teeth are a dead giveaway, they have much fewer than most other mammals. :)
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Tuffycat Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2007
Thanks for sharing this information. I just put stuff outside in a container and wait for bugs and beetles to clean things up. Works good but takes a long time. I have a squirrel in the freezer right now, I hope to skin it and preserve the hide. Maybe try to taxidermy it, if I can find a body form.( I've heard that squirrels are hard to do though, so we'll see.) As far as burying in an anthill, I guess I'll be doing these projects in the summer, 'cause there's 2 feet of snow out there right now !! Thanks again and I can't wait to see your next deviants! :-) :-)
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Tuffycat Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2007
Thanks for sharing this information. I just put stuff outside in a container and wait for bugs and beetles to clean things up. Works good but takes a long time. I have a squirrel in the freezer right now, I hope to skin it and preserve the hide. Maybe try to taxidermy it, if I can find a body form.( I've heard that squirrels are hard to do though, so we'll see.) As far as burying in an anthill, I guess I'll be doing these projects in the summer, 'cause there's 2 feet of snow out there right now !! Thanks again and I can't wait to see your next deviants! :-) :-)
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