Deer Turns to Dust Before My Eyes: Epic Decomposition Time lapse!

So a deer was hit in front of my house and the carcass landed in my yard. Because I didn't know what to do with it, I thought mounting a camera overhead might be the best option. I was right. Holy Smokes was this awesome! I thought it'd take a month or more to decompose. I was wrong. As you'll see, the whole process of decomposition only took a few days. I kept the entire timelapse quite long in the middle for you to see it!

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