This blog is meant to help educate and instruct those who wish to learn how to clean Ethically Scavenged bones.
I focus on honoring and appreciating nature and it's gifts - as well as respecting animal rights and helping to protect and preserve wildlife and habitat.
You may also find : interesting fossils, skeletal abnormalities, bone collecting through the ages, prehistoric bone tools and art plus information about the Skeletal systems of commonly found animals.
I have a white rabbit pelt, and I do not want it any longer.
Is anyone up for a trade? I am willing to take scavenged bones, old or natural odds and ends, etc.
Please let me know if you are interested, and would like photos, or more info!
Dermestids are pretty easy keepers! Just keep them in a container they can’t climb out of, make sure it has ventilation, substrate (I like that crittercare stuff that walmart sells), some hunks of styrofoam for them to lay their eggs in, water, and most importantly, food! They love dried out, jerkified skulls and carcasses or fresh meat. Just make sure you only put in fresh in small amounts unless you have a huge colony that will knock it out in a day or two to keep it from making a smelly mess. And if you run out of carcasses they like leftover meat scraps, hot dogs, dog food, and so on.