Guillemot

Which skulls would you like to see more of?

I might put up some more pics of my collection and I was wondering if anyone wanted to see any specific skulls from any specific angles and whatnot. I might even try and take some nice outdoor photos.
I’ve got skulls:

Pony
Muntjac
Roe deer
Sheep
Fox
Badger
Pheasant
Stoat
Squirrel
Muskrat
Crow
Dunnock
Oystercatcher
Blackbird
Song thrush
Guillemot
Mole
Black back gull
Herring gull
Black headed gull
Razorbill
Gannet

Taxidermy pigeon
Taxidermy pheasant
Taxidermy gull

Whale vertebrae
Bayleen
Ram horns
Dried starfish
Heart urchins
Lots of wings
Lots of feet.

Wow that’s a big list. Never thought my collection would get that big haha.

Guillemot aka common murre skeleton.

Hell yeah record time! From whole bird to complete skeleton in under 2 days!

The slow cooker worked REALLY well. The bones have a tiny bit of a chalky texture (mostly just the keel) but they are stable. Its also gentle enough to not destroy the beak which is rad. It also doesn’t smell bad, just a light smell of cooking meat. defiantly tolerable. 

 I highly recommend slow cooking for fresh specimens if you have limited space. Bio washing powder (like the stuff for laundry) works wonders to get rid of flesh quicker. Turns it into transparent jello. 

Ubisoft is run by Templars and they have at least one Piece of Eden. “Then why would they make pro-Assassin games?” you ask. If they started out with Templar games we’d know something was up. They made Assassin games and then they made Rogue as some “alternative” thing to try out. And now notice how many Templars there are roaming around Tumblr because of it (just look at the notes to see people trying to justify why they don’t trust humanity enough to let them live freely without a central authority to control them). You know how they brainwashed all those fools? Piece of Eden mind control. PS: “U” (Ubisoft) comes right after “T” (Templars) in the alphabet. Coincidence? I think not. Also, CEO of Ubisoft Yves Guillemot is French. So is Robert de Sable and Jacques de Molay and Octavien de Valois and Julien du Casse and Robespierre and Germain. Templars confirmed.

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Gay Birds! (Birds that display homosexual behavior)

Acorn Woodpecker

Adelie Penguin

American Flamingo

American Herring Gull

Anna’s Hummingbird

Australian Shelduck

Aztec Parakeet

Bengalese Finch

Bank Swallow

Barn Owl

Bearded Vulture

Bicolored Antbird

Black-billed Magpie

Black-crowned Night Heron

Black-headed Gull

Black-rumped Flameback

Black Stilt

Black Swan

Black-winged Stilt

Blue-backed Manakin

Blue-bellied Roller

Blue-crowned Conure

Blue Tit

Blue-winged Teal

Brown-headed Cowbird

Budgerigar

Buff-breasted Sandpiper

Calfbird

California Gull

Canada Goose

Canary-winged Parakeet

Caspian Tern

Cattle Egret

Common Chaffinch

Chicken

Chilean Flamingo

Chiloe Wigeon

Chinstrap Penguin

Cliff Swallow

Common Gull

Common Murre

Common Shelduck

Crane

Dusky Moorhen

Eastern Bluebird

Egyptian Goose

Elegant Parrot

Emu

Eurasian Oystercatcher

European Jay

European Shag

Galah

Gentoo Penguin

Golden Bishop Bird

Golden Plover

Gray-breasted Jay

Grey-capped Social Weaver

Grey Heron

Great Cormorant

Greater bird-of-paradise

Greater Flamingo

Greater Reah

Green cheek Conure

Green Sandpiper

Greenshank

Greylag Goose

Griffon Vulture

Guianan Cock-of-the-Rock

Guillemot

Hammerkop

Herring Gull

Hoary-headed Grebe

Hooded Warbler

House Sparrow

Humbolt Penguin

Ivory Gull

Jackdaw

Kestrel

King Penguin

Kitiwake

Laughing Gull

Laysan Albatross

Lesser Flamingo

Lesser Scaup Duck

Little Blue Heron

Little Egret

Long-tailed Hermit Hummingbird

Lory

Mallard

Masked Lovebird

Mealy Amazon Parrot

Mew Gull

Mexican  Jay

Musk Duck

Mute Swan

Ocellated Antbird

Ocher-bellied Flycatcher

Orange Bishop

Orange-fronted Parakeet

Ornate Lorikeet

Ostrich

Peach-faced Lovebird

Pied Flycatcher

Pied Kingfisher

Pigeon(domestic)

Powerful Owl

Purple Swamphen

Raggiana’s bird-of-paradise

Raven

Razorbill

Red-backed Shrike

Red Bishop

Red-faced Lovebird

Common Redshank

Red-shouldered Widowbird

Regent Bowerbird

Ring-billed Gull

Ring Dove

Rock Pigeon

Roseate Tern

Rose-ringed Parakeet

Ruff

Ruffed Grouse

Sage Grouse

San Blas Jay

Sand Martin

Satin Bowerbird

Scarlet Ibis

Scotttish Crossbill

Seagull

Senegal Parrot

Sharp-tailed Sparrow

Silver Gull

Silvery Grebe

Snow Goose

Steller’s Sea Eagle

Stitchbird

Superb Lyrebird

Swallow-tailed Manakin

Tasmanian Native Hen

Tree Swallow

Trumpeter Swan

Domesticated Turkey

Victoria’s Riflebird

Wattled Starling

Western Gull

White-fronted Amazon Parrot

White Stork

Wood Duck

Yellow-backed Lorikeet

Yellow-rumped Cacique

Zebra Finch(domestic)