Taxidermy is the methodology of taking off the outer skin of animals, either hunted via trophy hunting etc or dead, and-creating a similar looking fake model of the animal with it’s real skin and exterior. A large variety of animals have been sculptured via taxidermy. Leopards, elephants, porcupines, antelopes, buffaloes, jackals, giraffes, geese, eagles, coyotes, deer and moose are some of the animals that have been sculptured with taxidermy.
The Chester Mjolsness world of Wildlife, in Sundre, Alberta, Canada is a repertoire of taxidermy. Their website is sundremuseum.com. They are governed and operate within the Sundre District Historical Society.