Q: I've got a specimen that I want to donate to you, what do I do?

A:  The fact of the matter is, not all animals are equally specimen-friendly.  Whether I can take your specimen or not depends on factors such as size, condition, and, let's face it, how much room I have in my freezer.  If you have an animal or multiple animals you would like to donate please send and email to contact@anatomika.science with the following information:

1.  Animal(s) species

2. Size

3.  Condition (How long ago did it die?  Was it frozen immediately?  If possible, what it died from?)

Q: My pet died and I want you to preserve it so that I can keep it.

A:  Although in the past I have taken custom pet projects by commission, with the growth of Anatomika, many of the more time-intensive processes are no longer possible (namely skeletal articulation).  Wet specimens and diaphonized specimens are sometimes possible on a case by case basis, but instances are quite rare.  This fee for this service is variable, so it is best if you just send an email to contact@anatomika.science with the details of what animal it is and what method of preservation you would like.

Q: How did you get your job?  I want a job like yours!

Q: I want to come work for you!

A:  We are always looking for volunteers and good employees!  We are located in the San Francisco Bay Area.  Please send a resume with at least one reference (doesn't necessarily have to be profession reference) contact@anatomika.science  if you're interested!

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