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How to Make a Wolf

These images of a step-by-step timber wolf are from the American Museum of Natural History's image archives.  The phographs were all taken by Robert Logan in 1947.




Check out other images of taxidermists at work here: http://images.library.amnh.org/photos/ptm/browse/4?ipp=25&p=2&view=grid


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    Wow i cant express in my words the way it's been made with timber is just exceptional. I am truly speechless, it resembles the original animal. No one can guess it was an artificial wolf. Must visit this museum for sure.
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    Taxidermy is an art with this art they make to look animals as of real. They use the dead animal’s fur to cover the wooden animal and use some outside parts like ears, eyes, teeth to make that artificial animal look as of real animal. It is very difficult for people ...

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