The patterns of bone disarticulation are starting to become clear as I outline and colour code the skeletons in Adobe InDesign. It's arty science, but the artist is taphonomy, not the monkey drawing the shapes (haha). Below is a look at the 'before and after' for one of the crocs: skull and vertebral column (neck, back, and tail) are drawn in various shades of green, left limbs in blue, and right limbs in red.
The degree of scatter of bones in a small, stagnant pool of freshwater is fascinating! You'd be forgiven for thinking that this would only result from scavengers tearing at the carcasses, or water currents pushing bones around. Pity that the water became so cloudy and murky that I couldn't photograph the carcasses sinking, but we work with what we can.