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Real Mouse Bone Rodent Leg Scapula Tiny Specimen Jar Real Animal Bones

Real Mouse Bone Rodent Leg Scapula Tiny Specimen Jar Real Animal Bones

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  • Material: bone
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This tiny jarred leg is from a mouse that was culled for pest control. It was beetle cleaned, degreased, and whitened in peroxide. It has a scapula, humerus, and other assorted bones included.

Tiny jar measures approximately 0.7" high without cork, 0.9" high with cork, and 0.4" in diameter. Cork is removable.

Proceeds from this sale go to the local wildlife rehab / rescue, Wayward Creatures.

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I gladly accept returns and cancellations

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Many of the things in the shop are things found in nature, either by me or by others. Some are leftovers from hunters. A few are items from my personal collection that I'm downsizing. Each listing will have a history of the items listed. I will never stop collecting beautiful things from nature, cleaning them up, and sharing them with you.
Nearly everything I list is "customized" by nature. If you are looking for a particular item, or specifically-sized items for an art project, just ask - I may be able to help!
Skulls and bones should never be bleached or boiled. Dust with a cloth or soft toothbrush. If you would like to whiten them further, hydrogen peroxide is recommended, but be aware that some of the skulls (especially from younger animals) and teeth are held together with superglue and white glue. White glue will lose its integrity in a soak. Superglue should be fine. When in doubt, ask me!

Crab shells in particular are delicate things. They may crack and dry out over time. I've found a clear coat of spray varnish can strengthen them.
I prefer to utilize packing material that is reused. That means your item could be wrapped in old sheets, tissue paper, packing peanuts, or plastic shopping bags.

I can gift wrap items if requested. The packaging will be the same, but the item will be wrapped using some scrapbooking or tissue paper and it will include a hand-written message. Just leave a note with your order.
I use various cleaning methods, all of which are meant to maintain bone strength and prevent damage. They may include cold water maceration, dermestid beetles, low-heat soap and water degrease, hydrogen peroxide, borax, and a lot of good old-fashioned hand-cleaning with gentle tools. Reassembling of skulls and bones is done with a combination of superglue, white glue, and interference fit (after a soak in water).
Everyone's definition of "ethical" is different in the bone business, so this is an elusive question to answer. All I can do is tell you how I obtain things, and you decide if you're OK with that.

Everything I find in nature is taken without harming animals or their environment. I do not kill anything myself - I'm not a hunter or trapper, just a wanderer. If something is from my collection and I am downsizing, I may not know its provenance. But *please* feel free to ask - I strive for transparency and will tell you all I know about any given item.

The profits from some items are donated to either local wildlife rescues and conservation charities.

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