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For Sale / Tom Mountain Lion
« Last post by cknox on Today at 08:35:02 PM »
For sale: Tom mountain lion hide. Hide is skinned for taxidermy with the skull removed and the feet left in it. Hide is frozen. This is a nice 125 lb. Tom. Measurements are NTB 50". NTE 3 1/4.  NTB skull 9" Girth 33. Price is $650 w shipping included in lower 48 states that are legal to purchase lion hides. Lion is legally tagged in Idaho.  Text 208 819 0951 or e mail
The Taxidermy Industry / Re: What is your "Pet Peeve" on this site.
« Last post by Skullery on Today at 08:27:21 PM »
"thanks in advance"   sounds stupid and lazy.  i seldom reply to those.   If I do, here's " you're  welcome in advance."
Bird Taxidermy / Re: new zealand habitat
« Last post by Glass eye on Today at 08:25:11 PM »
Lack of punctuation, grammar, spelling, and coherent sentences. its hard to read sometimes when they are little like what was in the first pat what did i do wrong i cant get the sense of why i cant read sentences that i should get what it was that it was said so what do you think have i made htat if you can tell why
Do they teach writing in school anymore? Do you have to take english classes in school now days? Do most computers have spellcheck?
For Sale / Re: Red Fox for sale
« Last post by tat on Today at 08:20:39 PM »
Awesome transaction with him and great foxes  !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Skulls and Skeletons / Re: Container for Whitening......please??
« Last post by Kendall on Today at 08:20:30 PM »
The "2" on a plastic container is in reference to a plastic container that acetone will not dissolve.  Should not be a problem with hydrogen peroxide.
Bird Taxidermy / Re: BOTW #45
« Last post by Sitting Duck on Today at 08:13:11 PM »
Jots that's a great looking first!!! I know my first didn't even come close to your hen! Great job!! Keep it up! The bill looks great, Anatomy is good! Cant wait to see the wood ducks!
Bird Taxidermy / Re: new zealand habitat
« Last post by Glass eye on Today at 08:08:16 PM »
NZ shoveler mounted on ancient swamp Kauri.
Lifesize Mammals / Re: Attaching a freeze dried critter to a base
« Last post by oldboar on Today at 08:07:57 PM »
Yes to some extent you are overthinking it LOL :-) I would position the fawn on the base ...and run a couple of screws into it from the underside. Barring  an earthquake greater than eight It will never move and you can still remove it for cleaning.😃😃😃
Bird Taxidermy / Re: new zealand habitat
« Last post by smalliestalker on Today at 08:05:02 PM »
And maybe tuck a kiwi in the mix.


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