Category: vulture culture

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eagerbones: inuzukahyuuga: Most of the bones …

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inuzukahyuuga:

Most of the bones I’ve collected. My favorites are the little bird and rat skulls.

My most stolen picture to date back before I had a blog specifically for bones! This is also the post I have the most notes on but I can see why, it’s very pleasing to the eye. 

Reblogging again to show off some of my old posts that I really like!

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prettydeadstuff:

My manager passed on some birds to me today! I’ve got more to collect tomorrow. A bunch of them were given to us by a museum closing down, most have gone to teach officers bird ID, but my manager kept a few. He didn’t want them any more so, free birbs! (That need a lot of work… the scaup has a mouldy head)

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nabsthevulture:

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River Otter 

Lontra canadensis

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mantidays:

thylacine-dreams: Thylacine skull and bones fr…

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Thylacine skull and bones from Museum für Naturkunde in Berlin, Germany. [x]

The tag reads “Thylacinus cynocephalus, Van Diemensland.” (Tasmania was originally called Van Diemen’s Land until 1856, when it was declared a self-governing colony and given its new name.)

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zooophagous:

Go ask Alice.

Rabbit skin and skull.

vultureculturecoyote: Some weathered sheep sk…

vultureculturecoyote:

Some weathered sheep skulls from Dartmoor.