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.
im really very sorry that it upset you but it is something fundamental to me to not censor anatomy like it is is anyway horrible or disgusting. i truly believe this, its not something i take lightly. remember that your chinchilla consists of more then fur and whiskers. it is a creature with complex and beautiful physiology that is not an ugly or terrible thing,
You have a few options. There is a step by step bone cleaning tutorial on the main page of this blog : http://bonecleaning.tumblr.com/howto
Maceration is probably gonna be your best bet unless you have access to Dermestid Beetles, burial takes a few months.