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Wet preservation has been around since the 1600s. The technique involves preserving biological samples in a liquid fixative before storing those fixed samples in a permanent solution for future reference. Its discovery and development have been critical in the scientific world for data collection.
Today - some 400 years later - wet preservation is experiencing a surge in popularity thanks to the recent rise of Vulture Culture. It is not uncommon to find wet specimens sitting upon the shelves of curiosity stores or in the homes of collectors.
In this e-book our primary focus is on teaching you how to prepare specimens that will look beautiful rather than showcasing the gold standard for collections.