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You are the master of the masters!!!! Awesome Great Auk.
Can you tell me the name of the Guy in Iceland !?!? ;)
Very Nice Mr. Hop!!
Your client will be very happy
we have two oystercatchers....now we have also two hedgehogs.... 8).. An African pygmy hedgehog ( Atelerix albiventris)
....North American flying squirrel (Glaucomys volans)
and another European oystercatcher! :o ::)
My contribution of this week. An Bearded barbet (Lybius dubius)
You are right, the next championship is the European Competition in Logarone -Italy.
And an family Great spotted woodpeckers
Well done and very nice woodpecker-skeleton
An Kittiwake (Rissa tridactyla)
an Jackass (African) Penguin - Spheniscus demersus
I use the same method as that of Wouter.
The sheaths of this species discolor over time, and so I painted them. Normally I would never do.
I don't use beetles
this skeleton I have a few years ago and it still wants to share with you.
Blue - breasted Kingfishers (Halcyon malimbica)
First my excuse for the word bad. It was a spelling error (bad...bat)and had nothing to do with the skeleton of another. Call me Robert: no...
oooo sh... I ??? mean a little baT.
and a bad from me ;)
Thank you all for the compliments!
I don't beetle them! Every pieces is glued.
The Armadillo won the second place on the World Competition and...
Here my entry for this week. Skeletons of young and adult Great spottend woodpeckers.
I hope other skeletons in this forum can see.