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Taxidermy Care 101: How to Care for Your Animal Pre-Mount

If you plan on keeping a trophy of your animal, it is important to follow the right pre-mount taxidermy tips as soon as you bag your game. Failing to do so could result in damage to the animal so it may no longer be able to be made into a trophy mount, rug, or life-size replica.

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What Is Skull Cleaning?

Skull cleaning is a process in which the skull of a hunted or trapped animal, or one that has expired due to natural causes, is prepared for display. It is an important step in taxidermy. However, it can be time-consuming, messy, and unpleasant, depending on the method used. Some insects naturally eat the flesh of dead animals, simplifying the process. They can be easily acquired by ordering bugs for sale at Kodiak Bones & Bugs Taxidermy.

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