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The Brain Scoop:
How To Taxidermy a Squirrel: Part II

Bits and pieces from our original episode with Anna Goldman and Katie Innamorato! Wherein we discuss nuances of taxidermy, specimen preparation, and where best to put the pins and needles. 

If you like taxidermy and museums and natural history and animals, be sure to check out and share our Indiegogo campaign, Project Hyena Diorama! We’d really love to see our project become a reality. We understand not everyone can donate but it warms our hearts to see passion for education and museums shared widely. Thanks, pals. <3 

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The Brain Scoop:
How to Taxidermy a Squirrel 

WE’RE BAAAAAAAACK in the lab with Anna, featuring guest host Katie Innamorato of afterlifeanatomy! There are a number of significant differences between the art of taxidermy and the preparation of specimens in museums for research purposes. Join us in this gutsy (LOL PUN) exploration of art and science!

The Grossometer level is moderate in this one, but heads up for blood and guts!

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I had the amazing opportunity to help a friend work on a bengal tiger for a local zoo. The tiger lived to be 13 and was put down at the zoo after developing cancer. This guy was massive! 750 pounds! Definitely an awesome experience not many people get to have! It is a full mount, but at the time I took the picture we only had the front half in place and the face loosely set!

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this is a preview of the new show i am on, Odd Folks Home.