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Always liked this one by Faber taxidermy[IMG][IMG]
The pic is of a cinnamon phase red fox. You can always try a test spot to rehydrate and see if you can redo the eyes.
There are fox that are bred brown- burgandy, pastel, cinnamon, polish brown, dark amber, etc. This may be a bleached silver fox though. Hard to...
Ken Walker's Irish Elk
Artist unknown, Megantereon Natural History Museum, Basel
Short faced bear, Blue Rhino...
Great bustard [IMG]
The Denver Natural History museum has a fantastic taxidermy section with some very well done mounts. You can always contact the museum and see if...
Looking for a skull still for a set of horns I have. Can be raw or damaged
Bump. Any complete goat skull will do, raw or not
Or anyone with similar goat skulls? Raw or not.
Just got horn mounted ibex horns and would love to turn it into a full European. Does anyone have any ibex skulls left over from mounting?
Seen 3 here in MT in a 8 year period. One with red eyes (true albino) and two with blue eyes (leucistic).
It's hard to describe the technique. It's something you learn unfortunaly while making holes usually. You have to angle the knife in a way that's...
If you still want to try to have it tanned, cleaning the fat off with a razor blade or bird beak knife would be a good start. Then salt the hide...
If the skin hasn't been in the fridge or freezer this whole time then it is too late. The fur will slip off in the tan. Plus you mentioned a...
I looked at the date of the last responce and not the first, my bad! Hopefully they did!
Tried an oil filter wrench with a towel?
Buckhunter might be able to help you out. He did a pretty nice repair.
The post also says the cat has grey ear tuffs. The one in the headshot has black. Not gonna get it, way too suspect.
Trying to pass off this lynx as the same in the pic below (blue/silver). Pictures from the seller.