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Would You Ever Decorate With Taxidermy?

Taxidermy can be a delicate subject in the world of interiors. Made popular during the 19th century, it became an accepted and coveted art form as methods improved and the animals appeared more realistic. Today, feelings about taxidermy are mixed. Some associate it with natural history museums or hunting trophies while others delight in finding well-preserved, antique pieces. We'll let you decide.

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Angela-Elias Angela-Elias 4 years
Ah, yes. A jack rabbit with antelope horns, right? Very quirky and fun. :)
limelindsey limelindsey 4 years
I have always wanted a jackalope. They're so cute!
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