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  • Diaphonised | Eastern brown snake | blue

    Diaphonisation was first developed in 1977 by the scientists G. Dingerkus and L.D. Uhler, and has also been known as clearing and staining. The process uses chemicals which are employed to render the skin of an animal translucent, as well as break down flesh, while dyes are used to colour the bones or cartilage.

    These specimens become transparent and offer a window into their skeletal structure. A truly beautiful way to see anatomy.

    This vintage eastern brown snake, Pseudonaja textilis, has been lovingly restored by the Rest in Pieces team, diaphonised, and housed in a globe that measures approx. 6.5cm in diameter.

    It has a small break in its vertebrae, making this a unique specimen with a life story.

    This item is only available for purchase within NSW and VIC.

    Our licence to complete professional taxidermy on native animals in NSW is MWL000103434. Import and display licence will be included for Victorian residents.

    PLEASE NOTE: The purchase of this item will come complete with your own permit from the NSW government, for the ownership of this specimen. The cost of this native permit is included in the specimen price. We will assist you with the application for this licence and once approved, your specimen will be posted to you. Please allow up to 14 business days for each native specimen's permit approval.


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