This is one of my new babies! Stray d/o/g with an underbite that died in an abandoned building. If there are any d/o/g skull experts, I’m in need of help to find out what kind of breed it was!
I know it’s difficult, if not impossible, to know the breed 100%, but it’s worth a try.
Cleaning a ba.dger skull means having to degrease a lot because these fuckers are fat as hell
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Boar piglet found some months ago. I decided to leave it green and dirty.
It also has a nice leaf on its cute head, so now it’s named leaf.
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Not the best pictures but oh well.
Here’s news about the (euro) ba.dger I found some weeks ago.
I’m not sure about its sex, can you help me? It didn’t have a baculum but the belly was destroyed ‘cause other animals were feeding on it, so I’m not excluding the male possibility. So what do you think about that crest and zygomatic arch?
Is there music in bones, or any connection between them and nature?
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This is my sheep skull, the one my friend gave me.
He found this 10+ years ago and boiled it. No bleach involved. It was his first skull and didn’t know boiling was bad for bones.
Now it’s like this, flakey and crumbly, and going to be more flakey and crumbly in time.
So, to everyone that boils their skulls and saying “they look good, it cannot be that bad”… Just know that in some years your skulls will look like this and they’re going to look worse in the years.
Please, don’t boil your skulls. Bleaching is not the only bad thing you could do to your bones.