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Badger found, still looking for a whole red fox. Thanks
Also, I do a 50/50 with isopropyl and glycerin. Breakthrough's reptile manual is amazingly helpful for learning reptiles
Taxidermy.by has some decent snake eyes. Hard to find nice ones in the US, from what I've seen
He looks like a vintage fur stole, though the fur looks to be in pretty nice condition. If you do decide to try and mount it, make sure everything...
Looking for one red fox and one badger, must be frozen whole. Fur quality not important for either as they're for hairless reference. Thanks.
Definitely artificially colored
First ever wolf mounted last week (body wasn't done when I took pics)
Red platinum fox, gray fox, and coyote (first eye rotation) all done...
Depending on how big the pocket is, either pack it with clay or dremel it out a bit first, then pack with clay, and set your ears into it.
I'd wait to see what SeaWolf has to say. I've been hanging on to a pair of macaw heads in my freezer for over a year now since I want to make sure...
I'm no expert but looks like a young garter snake to me. When I make wet specimens, I inject them in 2-3 areas with formalin and soak them in...
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Little tough to say without scale. For the area, I'd wager elk or deer