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"Taxidermy is a general term describing the many methods of reproducing a life-like three-dimensional representation of an animal for permanent display. In some cases, the actual skin (including the fur, feathers or scales) of the specimen is preserved and mounted over an artificial armature. In other cases, the specimen is reproduced completely with man-made materials.” Wikipedia

What is Taxidermy?

How do I get a permit for all furbearing animals?

Ministry of Natural resources requires you to go to the closest location to have the animal inspected and then a permit or license toposess will be issued.

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