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I have a decent-sized cow vertebra, about 4" long, which I was thinking would look cool in a tank. As I recall, it spent awhile in a field with other bones, then was boiled to clean it, then sat in a wheelbarrow for awhile before I bought it and soaked it in a bucket of water for two weeks. How can I make sure it doesn't have any chemical stuff on it? I think it would be a cool thing to have in my 65G...
 

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It'll probably end up with more bones when I find them... Hmm, I think I'll just thickly coat the vertebra in aquarium silicone. I'm totally gonna put a fish skeleton in here if I get one intact enough... Not one of my fish, of course.
 

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Yeah, they would look great in a pirhana tank! Especially if you let them clean the bones themselves.
I'm going to post some pics as soon as the tannins clear up a bit, it's kind of hard to see clearly right now.
 
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