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It would not be advisable to use a skull for a Bowling ball. Bones are fragile, especially cranial bones, and it would likely shatter upon impact. If one is really interested in skulls and wants to express this when bowling, they may want to add skull decals to their ball or find a ball with holographic skulls printed on it.

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