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Bad Taxidermy Part III

Taxidermy is a painstaking process not for the faint of heart. It takes an excellent knowledge of anatomy, a steady hand and a great respect for nature’s creations. I admire craftspeople who can take a discarded carcass and make it a still life, but not everyone who turns their hand to taxidermy does so with the skill and precision required to do justice to the once living creature. I’m not judging – there’s no way I have the ability to make even the ugliest of taxidermy animals – but you have to have a sense of humour about these mush-faced atrocities. All of these come from the brilliant blog




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Meghan MacRae grew up in Vancouver, Canada, but spent many years living in the remote woods. Living in the shadow of grizzly bears, cougars and the other predators of the wilderness taught her about the dark side of nature, and taught her to accept her place in nature's order as their prey. She is co-founder of CVLT Nation.

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  1. Bill Giles

    June 14, 2017 at 7:00 pm

    #34 looks like whoopee Goldberg!

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