Animals are stuffed in many different ways depending on the species and its purpose. The majority of the taxidermic animals in the museum’s collections have been found dead in nature or died in a zoo. All large mammals and birds waiting for preparation for the exhibitions are examined immediately upon their arrival to the museum. Their bodies are carefully measured. The animals are then skinned. The skin is worked out and the bones are cleaned. After this begins the long working process of restoring the animal’s natural form or movement.


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