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Seeking some raw skulls for client

Discussion in 'Wanted' started by gamechanger, Oct 16, 2014.

  1. gamechanger

    gamechanger Member

    I am trying to locate some skulls for a client. We are professional skull cleaning operation and these types of skulls we currently do not have on hand at this time. I need to buy an average size Mountain Lion, Lynx, Wolf and juvenile or cub Black Bear skull. I would also like to buy for shop display a Grizzly Bear skull and Badger skulls for our inventory. These skulls must not have any damage to teeth or skull. Minimal natural tooth damage as possible. I realize mother nature will always leave her imprint in some form or another but no trap damage or damage from poor handling or broken teeth. Natural wear is acceptable as long as it is reasonable and does not detract from the overall appearance of the finished skull. Extreme damage from old age is always acceptable. We do buy skulls that have defects just from being of old age. We have lots of biologists that come to us for skulls with just such defects. Some of our skulls are shipped overseas so all skulls must have appropriate CITES tags attached. Please contact me if you have any questions.

    I will also do trade work for the skulls. Clean a skull of equivalent size or type for you in exchange for the skulls I am looking for. We do good work and have plenty of references. I am posting a link to a photo but I am not sure if it is working or not. I am using drop box but I might not have the link set up correctly. New at using that program.


    Game Changer Taxidermy, LLC
  2. I have a juvenile/adolescent Black Bear with adult canines that are just coming out of the jaw, however it's missing all its incisors. Condyles on the back of the skull are missing. Two of the canines are spit, but can be repaired seamlessly (I tried, I just don't have the glue on me).

    Not sure if you'd be interested, it's a cute one, though.