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Utah man takes home top taxidermy awards from competition
The Associated Press
It's a first for Utah: the state is now home to a man considered one of the world's best taxidermists. The Standard-Examiner reports that Harrisville man David Ferguson brought home two "Best in World" titles from the World Taxidermy Competition, held in Missouri in early May.
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Taxidermy adds a touch of the Victorian era
Straight
In Victorian times, every well-appointed home had pieces of taxidermy, with glassy-eyed stuffed birds and furry creatures staring out from parlor tables and cabinets of curiosities. The trend lasted for decades, not falling out of favour until after World War II. But now, thanks largely to urban hipsters, taxidermy in the home has become a thing again.
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Taxidermist Ellen Sutcliffe from West Suffolk College taking dead animal donations
East Anglian Daily Times
The skinning and stuffing of deceased animals is not every teenager's idea of fun, but for one 19-year-old art student it could be her future career.
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5 invaluable pieces of advice for the next generation of hunters
Wide Open Spaces
Built on the experience, work, traditions, stories and ideals of generations before them, the future of the hunting lifestyle and culture rests in the hands and decisions of the next generation of hunters and conservationists. Here are five imperative pieces of advice we need to pass down to the next generation of hunters.
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