Tuesday, June 19, 2012

To clarify a statement made in the Thursday, June 14, 2012 edition of the Homer News, in the Town Crier under the heading "Pratt Museum", there will be no cleaning of the whale skeleton bones. They are all nice and clean and free of any gross stuff. There will, however, before the bones can be connected to each other (articulated), a period of two weeks when the nice clean bones of the body and the skull will need to be "consolidated" with a solution to harden the bones, and some of the bones may need to have some "body work" done to them, then painstakingly sponge painted to make them look super nice.

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