“Reno-based taxidermy company Animal Artistry is showcasing their work at Safari Club International Convention 2017 in Las Vegas, Nev.,” AA’s presser proclaims [via ammoland.com]. “For over thirty years, Animal Artistry has set the standard for creativity and quality in taxidermy. They aim to consistently expand options for hunters when it comes to trophy display.”
This particular example will set the standard for anti-hunting animus, methinks, even though “all the cubs in this display died of natural causes and were acquired from breeders.”
Do you have hunting trophies? A trophy room? Hey Bungalow Bill. What did you kill? And if you do have hunting trophies, have you ever faced hostility from visitors? How did you deal?