Taxidermy at its finest
Thanks to @daytripblog for this lovely photo! Come visit us today before 6 and get yourself something fun. #naturalselectionstore
Sascha brought me to the grant museum of Zoology and I want 2 die cos it’s so amazing
At a taxidermy workshop
From the Museo Delle Cere Anatomiche
Reeves’s Muntjac (Muntiacus reevesi)
is a species of Muntjac (an group of “ancient” deer) Native to China and Taiwan, with populations introduced in the United Kingdom and the Netherlands. Like most Muntjacs they are fairly small with adults only growing up to 3 feet long and 1 foot high. Like most Asian deer though they have both antlers and “fangs” which they use in defense. They are also known for their distinctive barking sound.