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Taxidermist uses mummified remains to build bust of 2,500-year-old ice maiden
The Daily Mail
The remains of the Siberian princess have revealed sophisticated tattoos, evidence of ancient cannabis use and signs of breast cancer. But the puzzle was missing one crucial piece — what did the 2,500-year-old woman look like? For the first time, a Swiss taxidermist has created a likeness of Princess Ukok using a 3-D model of her mummified skull as a guide.
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How to prepare for deer season in January and February
By John McAdams
Right now, deer season is over for virtually every hunter in the United States. Some of us were fortunate enough to bag a deer this year. For others, well, there's always next year. Regardless of whether you were successful this deer season, now is not the time to rest — quite the contrary. Scouting and preparation done in January and February can pay off significant dividends in the upcoming deer season. Continue reading to find out what you should be doing now to prepare for deer season next year.
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Hawk species are abundant, thriving across Kentucky
KyForward
Perched in trees along rural roadways, or soaring over pastures and harvested crop fields at the wood's edge, hawks are more visible during the winter months. Hawk numbers spike across the state during the winter because of migrant birds from the north — primarily Wisconsin and other Great Lakes states. Kentucky has six species that nest in-state.
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Whitetail deer: Next season starts now
Outdoor Life
If you're looking to make 2015 your best deer season yet, avoid pushing off deer hunting prep until July or August. Begin right now. Postseason scouting, trail camera surveys, shed hunting, acquiring hunting permission, staying physically fit, pulling tree stands, cleaning and organizing gear. ... The list of tasks to complete at this time of year could go on and on.
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Downsize your rifle load
Field & Stream
Power hath its place. If you'd like to dance in the alder thickets with a brown bear, you want lots of it. To hunt Marco Polo sheep, you will have to shoot a tough animal at a very long distance and won't want a pop gun. But very few of us do this stuff. We hunt deer and antelope and pigs and once in a while elk. For all of that, less is more — and more so now than ever.
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New turkey hunting regulations proposed by TPWD
Lone Star Outdoor News
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is considering closing spring eastern turkey hunting in 11 East Texas counties, restructure the season in two other counties and extend the youth-only fall turkey season. The recommendations are among a brief slate of proposed turkey hunting regulation changes for 2015.
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