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Discussion in 'The Taxidermy Industry' started by magicmick, Apr 11, 2022.

  1. 13 point

    13 point Well-Known Member


  2. Penczak

    Penczak Active Member

    A lot of those can be taken with a permit. Some of the others like the Semitar Oryx can be taken legally on Texas game farms. The Cheetah and Tiger might be hard to explain. But I know tigers that die in a zoo can be mounted with a certified death certificate.
    That is a lot of ivory though. Nice collection.
    Mine is not that big but I'm trying to catch up with him. LOL legally of course.
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  3. Museum Man

    Museum Man Well-Known Member

    At one time everything was legal to hunt. Many of the hunter's collections contain trophy's taken back in the 60's and up that are not allowed now.
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  4. PA

    PA Well-Known Member

    Little information is in the story relating to how old the museum is. It could be that the pieces date to the 1960's and before. Believe it or don't, the Smithsonian probably has hundreds of thousands of CITES specimens.
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