CLEANED AND PREPARED SKULLS
An assortment of skull photos by Mike Billington. The skulls were prepared by taxidermist Evelyn Mills with the techniques described in her article, Skull Cleaning.
This Texas otter skull was done with the maceration method.
This pronghorn antelope was taken in October 2003, at the time of this writing, it is December 4, 2003.
This pronghorn antelope skull was done with the maceration method, and no degreasing was needed.
These skulls are a domestic rat and a weasel. Both the domestic rat and the weasel skulls were done using beetles. No degreasing was needed on either skull.
This javelina skull was cleaned using the maceration method.
The javelina skull was then degreased with Dawn dishwashing soap.
All teeth of the javelina had been removed prior to the bleaching
process since you want them to retain most of their natural stain.
Gemsbok antelope skull cleaned with the maceration method.
Sable antelope skull cleaned with the maceration method. No degreasing was needed on the sable antelope skull.
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