I rearranged all the skulls in my collection in order to make room for a new one that will arrive in the mail soon! ...No, this isn't my entire collection. Not even half of them. I have 49 skulls as of now, and there will be 53 ones once the box has arrived, but three of them are tiny. Tiny tiny tiny. Can you guess what the big one is? Hint: The plastic human skeleton is NOT supposed to act as a hint. It is NOT a human skull. Not even close. The plastic skeleton is just a decoration. Look at the other skulls instead and try to figure out the theme.
What's already on the shelf then? Left side, back: Red fox, coyote. Front: Small red fox, biiiig red fox (with metal springs in his jaw, though you can't really see that here). Big empty space! Right side, back: German shepherd, unknown dog (possibly a pariah dog? I have no idea!). Front: Gray fox, domestic cat. Above the shelf: Coyote tail, racoon tail, piece of skin from a scaly animal (possibly from an emu's foot), and a silver fox tail. The horns behind the skulls are goat horns.
I know, the cat is quite the "odd man out" on this shelf, but that's the only feline skull that I have, and he/she didn't really fit in any other category so to speak, so he/she gets to hang out with the dogs. Why not?
***Hey! Listen!*** I didn't kill or hurt any of these animals. They weren't killed for their skulls. Any rude comments will be chewed to pieces and buried in the garden!