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Can I See Your Canines, Hyenas, Other Dog-like Or Hyena-like Taxidermy?

Discussion in 'Lifesize Mammals' started by thylacinelover, Apr 21, 2021.

  1. Hyenas and/or Aardwolves

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  2. Large Canines (Wolves, Coyotes/Coywolves, Jackals, Dogs, Dingoes, Dholes,etc.)

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  3. Small Canines (Bush Dogs, Raccoon Dogs, South American Canids , Foxes)

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  1. I would like to see photos of your best canine (foxes, dogs, wolves, coyotes/coywolves, dingoes, etc.) or hyena (striped, spotted, brown, and aardwolf) taxidermy. Also interested in species that have a similar appearance to canines and/or hyenas such as the extinct Tasmanian Tiger/ thylacine and other prehistoric animals with dog-like appearance (prehistoric hyenas, beardogs and dog-bears, mesonychids, etc.) although I doubt anyone has any extinct or prehistoric animals unless they are replicas. Bonus points for hybrids (wolfdog, coydog, jackal-dog, dingo-dog hybrid, coywolf/eastern coyote, red-arctic fox hybrids, etc.) and/or unusual colors such as melanistic, leuscistic and albino, piebald, any domestic color of ranch fox, etc. as well as unusual traits like floppy ears or curly tails on a wild canine or hyena. Thanks.

    To start off here are some pictures of canine and hyena taxidermy I have taken around town (None are mine):

    Coyotes at the Museum of Natural Science:
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    Gray Wolf at the Museum of Natural Science (I wish they had a better display for him than just a glass case, like an actual habitat that they have for other canines, but I'll take what I can get):
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    Red Wolf (Old specimen that could probably use some anatomy fixes, but atleast they have one at the museum. Also could use a nice habitat diorama.)
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    Black-backed Jackal
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    Pale Fox
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    Gray Fox
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    Red Foxes
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    Spotted Hyenas:
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    Canines at the rodeo:
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    Canines at the Arboretum and Nature Center

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    Canines at Carter's Country (Local gun shop)
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  2. joeym

    joeym Old Murphey

    Here’s a couple of coyote mounts I’ve done... F8C02882-9446-476B-9D3C-565214C37A41.jpeg 606E40BC-7938-439C-BF54-0A966CCAC970.jpeg 95A40291-DDB4-4E3E-BABE-2C8426080691.jpeg
     

  3. cameron2

    cameron2 Well-Known Member

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    Really like the two fighting coyotes, JoeyM
     
  5. Love y'all's coyotes.

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    Super cool to see a black coyote. Also fighting was a great unique idea for a mount. Haven't seen too much taxidermy that portrays animals fighting each other. The pouncing pose coyote is great too.

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    Love the pose you chose for your coyote too. It makes him look like he's curious about something. Very inquisitive with the paw raised, the ears perked, and the head facing off to the side slightly .
     
  6. rogerswildlife

    rogerswildlife Rogers Wildlife Taxidermy Tommy Rogers

    Little Georgia grey from me .
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  7. Chippers

    Chippers Active Member

    First ever wolf mounted last week (body wasn't done when I took pics)
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    Red platinum fox, gray fox, and coyote (first eye rotation) all done about a year ago. Some photographed before finish work. I've got a jackal, black coyote, and very fancy wolf I'd like to tackle when I'm more experienced.
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  8. Loving the new ones. Keeping 'em coming guys.
     
  9. cameron2

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  11. Lovely fox cameron2. The grapevine pose is a nice touch.
     
  12. cameron2

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    Actually it’s a manzanita bush. In my area, they feed heavily on the berries (manzanita means “little apple”) in the late summer and fall. I wanted to portray a late winter fox finding one of the last few berries of the year.
     
  13. Oh that's really neat. Never heard of those berries before.
     
  14. joeym

    joeym Old Murphey

    1. BB1526A5-4594-451B-958A-6EA4982F04CA.jpeg 41E77011-3CDA-458A-A205-EE8223AEA45E.jpeg Couple of recent fox mounts
     
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  15. Here are some of mine....

    coyote shoulder mounts:
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    Red fox
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    Wolf movie prop (all artificial - had to have a moveable jaw)
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    I have made a couple of thylacine replicas, I will have to look for the pics of those and will post them here soon.
     
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  16. NMJagdHunter

    NMJagdHunter Ted Wenner

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  17. nemo

    nemo Active Member

    A few I've mounted recently
     
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    nemo Active Member

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