Mounted Animals Mimic Humans (Feb, 1934)
Mounted Animals Mimic Humans
HUNTERS are using taxidermy more and more to preserve game specimens as mementos of enjoyable hunting trips. Mounted animals are being worked into useful articles for the home, such as table lamps, book ends, gun racks, and ash trays.
Interesting groups picturing animals at some humorous occupation are finding great popularity as store window exhibits as well as for the hunter’s den. Rabbits, squirrels, birds, and even frogs can be mounted and arranged to represent human activities such as shaving, hunting, smoking, or studying.