The women who are killing it in taxidermy Watch

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Just read this news article https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-48386470 and am thoroughly impressed, think its really awesome that more women are getting into this profession.
There is something incredibly interesting about taxidermy providing the animal has died of natural causes and not killed for sport.
I always photograph any dead animal i come across (as well as reporting it if it is a protected species like a badger) as they make really useful artistic references instead of just drawing from the internet and have tried my hand at skull cleaning a badger's head before now. To actually physically see an animal, especially not one commonly seen up close like a fox or a badger i think gives you a real appreciation for what you are drawing and you capture the essence of the animal more.
These women are really talented at what they do and they do amazing justice to the creatures they immortalise, just felt like sharing this awesome article
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