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How to behead dead birds.Category: How to
Thursday, 24 November 2011
06:30:45 PM (GMT)
 First things first, you'll need: A sharp knife, A sealable air tight
container, and A two tong fork. Gloves are optional.

Of course this won't work too well if you do not have a dead bird to behead, so I
suggest that you find one first (the forest or roadsides to be the best place for
dead animals) Once, you have one, all you have to do is to put the two tong fork
either side of it's neck to prevent it from shifting, then once it has been secured,
take the sharp knife that you have and wedge it into the back of it's higher spine,
just below the skull and gently make a digging movement with your hand. This should
slowly pull the spine away from the insides of the bird but if it's not working just
cut around the neck a little bit to loosen it and then continue and then the birds
head should eventually come clean away from it's body along with some or all of it's
spine. Then you can remove the fork, and scrape the birds skull into the air-tight
container that you brought along with you and seal it firmly, leave the skull in the
container for atleast 3-4 weeks, put the container somewhere like your garden since
the smell of the bird once it has started decomposition stage is strong, Then once
the period of time has come to a close, open the container and wash it and the skull
thoroughly, you can do this with house bleach because it makes the skull appear much
whiter than using hand soap, as I have discovered. Then you're done. 

This was just useless information which I thought I would share.

zerohollow says:   7 February 2012   898940  
morbidity says :   8 February 2012   917623  
Have fun contracting Avian influenza.


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