dontwantaname wrote:Skulls????? You boil skulls?????
When I was in college, some classmates and I would keep and clean skulls, mostly from lab specimens, but also stuff we found in the field. We used them for reference and studying. The skulls I have are small, mice, pocket gophers, that sort. Some friends had elk, deer, coyote skulls. We'd bring our skulls for study session and that would save us a trip to the lab.
If you are going to boil skulls, you do not want to do it in the house. Preferably nowhere near your house. It's a great excuse to go car camping, bring your Coleman stove and boil them in the morning before you break camp and then leave. The lucky few got to use the bug box over at WSU, no boiling necessary and you couldn't beat the cleaning!
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