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Taxidermy is fading in India — people need to learn it to keep it alive
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Dr. Santosh Gaikwad, 42, is the only practicing wildlife taxidermist in India who has preserved everything from birds to mammals to fish. Preserving them is an art that is dying its own death. Dr. Gaikwad speaks to Ateeq Shaikh on how the art itself needs to be preserved.
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Worst stuffed animals ever showcased in new website 'Crap Taxidermy'
The Huffington Post
A lot of people in the taxidermy world would like to stuff a woman named Kat Su. She's the creator of a website called Crappy Taxidermy, which focuses on the most bizarre and awful examples of stuffed creatures she can find. There's the brown bear that has a seemingly drunken grin. And don't forget about the dead cat with two wings attached
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What every hunter should know about taxidermy
Tumbler Ridge News
Most hunters dream of having a mounted trophy on the wall or a rug to put a face behind a story. Every hunter has a story; some may even be true! Some hunters wait till they get a monster and many wait a lifetime frequently taking what is available or legal instead of waiting for exceptional. A trophy is invaluable only to the hunter, friends and family for generations to come. The story never ends.
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Sheffield singer 'almost blinded' in gory taxidermy slip
The Star
Sheffield singer Lucy Spraggan is recovering from a bizarre injury — after she was poked in the eye by a stuffed animal. The songwriter, who is a fan of taxidermy, was hanging her latest purchase of a wildebeest head on a wall at home when the horn went into her eye in a freak accident.
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