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   Red Ear Slider Turtle


Red Ear Slider Turtle

First, I placed the turtle on the thick layer of paper towels, as i expected lots of fluids to come out. This turtle i got from a pet shop, which have died due to some sickness.

Next I have cut off the legs from its shell.

The hardest pars was to un-attach its spine from the shell. Ones that was done, everything came out with minimal blood lickedge. To ensure that the shell does not produce odor, i have salted it from the inside and frees dried it for the next 2 month.

After dry freezing the turtle shell, i have polished it.


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