Category: vulture culture

crocodile-hair: Probably not going to finish …

crocodile-hair:

Probably not going to finish this sculpture, but I kind of like how it was starting to look.

sixth-extinction: I was fortunate enough to fi…

sixth-extinction:

I was fortunate enough to finally view this beautiful thylacine specimen behind the scenes at the AMNH in New York. I have been trying to view it for quite some time if anyone recalls this post!

This was a female that lived at the Bronx Zoo from 1917 to 1919. She was the last of four thylacines to live there [x]. After her death, the New York Zoological Society donated her body to the AMNH. This individual’s skeleton is also part of the museum’s collection.

Unfortunately, none of the AMNH’s thylacine material is currently on public display.

zooophagous: This taxidermy shop has been clo…

zooophagous:

This taxidermy shop has been closed literally every time I’ve been through this tiny town (though it’s been there for decades) but today it was open! It’s run by a lady taxidermist who has it as a little free museum.

24 hours apart

24 hours apart

Photo

Photo

crapfromthepast: Opalized dinosaur tooth from…

crapfromthepast:

Opalized dinosaur tooth from Australia.

So this happened again…

So this happened again…

A skunk skull I painted (and glued snapping tu…

A skunk skull I painted (and glued snapping turtle claws to) for my friend!

#unamused

#unamused

snakeybones:Also, this Gharial skull is looooo…

snakeybones:

Also, this Gharial skull is looooooooong. The slenderest of bois
Next to one of my Alligators for comparison