Taxidermy is a modern art that began at the end of the eighteenth
It started when hunters began bringing their trophies to upholsterers to
have them sew up the animal’s skins and stuff them.
Taxidermy has become a form of wildlife art thanks to some great naturalists and taxidermists who knew how to give back the appearance of life to dead animals.
Carl E. Akeley was a famous explorer, inventor and naturalist that contributed to the art of taxidermy. William T. Horneday, Coloman Jones and Leon Pray also helped in the development of taxidermy.
The best progress made was the creation of manikins, which are anatomically correct and which replaced the excelsior. Excelsior was the original stuffing material.
The manikins that are used to mount your specimens are accurate; they incorporate every facial detail and visible muscle. I select the best manikins available to offer you the mount you desire.