Jesscia Joslin: This is for the taxidermy fans. I like how she makes organic skeletons into steampunk mechanical creations. Kind of a bit android, with a turn of the century belle epoque feel). <<<< creepy as fucc
rare narwhal skull with double tusks. Narwhals, a rare variety of arctic whale, are known for their long singular tusks - biologists estimate that double tusks only occur in one in a thousand narwhals; they are uncertain why this phenomenon exists.
The process varies from taxidermist to taxidermist, and also depends on the animal being mounted. Taxidermist Amanda Sutton doesn’t use animals that were killed for taxidermy, instead she uses reptile feed, road kill and animals that died naturally and creates taxidermy to preserve the beauty of the animal (a bathing mouse from Ms Sutton's Amanda's Autopsies collection is pictured)
Close to the bone: The amazing pictures which reveal how evolution has shaped animal skeletons