Recently, I've been looking at taxidermy in a whole new light. The whole thing is strange and unsettling and wonderful. It's demented, but also amazing. So naturally, I have to share a little of the wtf I've found over the past year. Yes, some of this has been posted before. So sue me.
I imagine this is the last thing you see before hearing the sound of the front door locking behind you.
|We warned you not to take that handyman job from Old Man Jenkins.|
This is the happiest looking taxidermy bobcat I've ever seen, despite the derpy eyes.
|"I can has cheezburger?"|
Jaunty bow weasel is ready for his Glamour Shot.
|All taxidermy should sport a jaunty bow at some point.|
This isn't really taxidermy, but how can you say no to cow pelvis?
|Cow pelvis says your argument is invalid.|
Also not taxidermy, but this deer skull needs a home with someone who will decorate him in a jaunty bow.
|Or a pink wig.|
I went back to get this iguana, but the seller refused to sell. I guess he just realized how awesome it was.
|One day, it will be mine...|
In case you need a prop to tell guests they should look for a motel.
|Since live boars aren't practical.|
When I think of pheasants in flight, I think of them stuffed in a basket on top of a chunk of cow hide.
|It's had a rough life.|
"I don't know what's wrong with my badger, doc. He's not eating or playing. He just lays there all flat."
|"Maybe he needs more mushroom mushroom!" (kids, ask your parents)|
I'm not sure if this counts as taxidermy, but mummified puffer fish with googly eyes is pretty special in itself.
|Puffer fish are known for their penchant for straw hats.|
Classy Texas-style decor: Practical and made from feet!
|I wonder what part of the deer they used for the matching umbrella stand?|