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Glowing Green Lizard Heads: Tips and Tricks of Skeletal Preparation
It’s October and that means Halloween is approaching. What says Halloween better than skeletons? They are everywhere this time of year! Therefore, I think that it is the right time to post a few ideas about how to prepare, label, … Continue reading
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