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Being from South Africa, I grew up very accustomed to taxidermy and I use it a lot in my work, but I know it's controversial so I also love faux trophies made from resin, paper, or ceramics.

Wow... if I ever owned a bar in the montrose, I would have this as decoration.

ldg_jaski

I'm against killing animals for taxidermy, but this is pretty damn cute.

Discover a Victorian taxidermy treasure trove filled with numerous birds, butterflies and even a bone collection. Established in 1874, the Booth museum of Natural history is a reflection of one man’s eccentric quest to capture an example of every single British bird in existence.

Established in the Booth museum of Natural history is a reflection of one man’s eccentric quest to capture an example of every single British bird in existence.

Taxidermy Flying Fawn

the l deer porcdec fawns to have wing spourting from their sides otherwise they still have their white spots and they cant fly until their olde.some lose their wings or they fall off.

taxidermy OLD RETIRED FOX

Some taxidermists have a very interesting sense of humor.

weirdcitytaxidermy Have I not posted photos of this guy here yet? Gotta remedy that! This photo is a bit deceptive, however; in actuality I am the same height as the tops of this stag’s ears. For the curious, it’s an elk hide and antlers, whitetail tail, and 1.5 Icelandic sheepskins on a red stag body (taxidermy mannikin)… all stained or dyed black.

This photo is a bit deceptive, it’s an elk hide and antlers, whitetail tail, and Icelandic sheepskins on a red stag body (taxidermy mannikin)… all stained or dyed black.

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