How to Preserve Turtle Shells?

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To preserve a turtle shell, rub the inside and outside of the shell with a little borax. Allow it to dry outside. After the shell has dried, spray it with clear lacquer.
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1. Leave your dead turtle outside. Though this sounds counterintuitive to the preservation process, don't worry-the shell will survive. Decomposition is natural, and the process is
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Because that is how God created them and it comes in a very useful. They use the shells on their back as a form of protection. When they're sleepy they can just tuck it all in!!
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If all the tissue is out of the shell put it in a 5 gallon bucket w...
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If it is dry, you can have invertebrates eat the meat away, leaving the shell and bones. Dermestid beetles are best but you could use mealworms or several others.
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