We carefully prepare each specimen with the use of Dermestid Beetles, which museum curators have used in skeleton preparation for over a hundred years.

These industrious scavenger insects devour organic matter, the larvae will even clean a skeleton of muscle, skin and cartilage.

Once the process of using the beetles is finished, we degrease and whiten each specimen using a state-of-the-art chemical process. This process ensures that the completed specimen will be an attractive (and sanitary) trophy or display piece.