teeth it had. I wonder how it would’ve been without the delay in the burial, and if it would’ve slowed things down. Anyways, I moved it from the pot into the garden (still wrapped) so the meatier bones (like the tail, that’s still actively decomposing) can finish off. So 6 days of being buried (7 days since death) is what it took to near complete skeletonization. Thanks for giving me the idea to decomp, I think I’ll use it on all my freshly dead things (maceration for the mummies tho :<)!
Hey! That’s great to hear! It’s amazing to see how fast those little bugs work c: Keeping it above ground for that day surely let the flies lay their eggs and gave you those lovely maggots, so that was a good thing! I’m very glad this method worked well for you. Good luck with your future dead things! C: