Justin Graber in his shop north of Newton, Graber Skulls. He uses millions of dermestid beetles to clean away tissue before the skull is bleached and polished making what is called a European mount.
Justin Graber in his shop north of Newton, Graber Skulls. He uses millions of dermestid beetles to clean away tissue before the skull is bleached and polished making what is called a European mount. The Wichita Eagle
Justin Graber in his shop north of Newton, Graber Skulls. He uses millions of dermestid beetles to clean away tissue before the skull is bleached and polished making what is called a European mount. The Wichita Eagle

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