After enjoying a roasted whole chicken, most people would throw away the remaining bones, but a Japanese social media user decided to piece these bone fragments back, recreating a complete skeleton of the fowl.
The transformation from kitchen waste into a masterpiece caught the eyes of others who claimed that the artwork should be featured in museums.
According to Japanese media, Japanese Twitter user “Sakanakudo” shared his creation on April 28.
He explained that he bought a rotisserie chicken in a supermarket and recovered the skeleton of the whole chicken after eating.
The finished product was so stunning social media users compared it to professional taxidermy.
The Japanese social media also admitted that he had outdone himself.
He also shared with the curious audience some behind-the-scene tips of the beautiful work.
He pointed out that after a full meal, the residual meat on the bones should be removed, the bones should then be dried in the sun, bleached, and finally spliced with adhesive and metal wire
In addition, when eating, you should also be careful so as not to break the bones and affect the appearance of the work, he continued.
The whole process takes several weeks, because the step of drying the bones alone takes two weeks.
He modestly said that he accidentally ate some small broken bones while eating, so the finished product was missing a few pieces.