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So, uh... been meaning to get a photo or two of this gal posted for way too long now. Maybe I'll take some nicer, more scenic shots later, outdoors or something. Skull is from this zebra mare, for those who might remember (warning, graphic photos). I had another local taxidermist clean it for me; was too big for me and what I currently have to work with.

I don't have many things I consider "prized possessions" but I believe this is one of them. People ask about it all the time when they come to the shop; it's right by the door, so hard to miss on the way out!
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Canon
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Canon EOS REBEL T3
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F/4.5
Focal Length
33 mm
ISO Speed
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Date Taken
Jun 17, 2017, 9:14:11 PM
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Adobe Photoshop CS6 (Windows)
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8mm
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Sinfirmitas's avatar
Sinfirmitas|Hobbyist Digital Artist
It's really beautiful.
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ChildrenofAnarchy|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
wow, shes gorgeous. one of my favorite equine species besides the horse. 

maybe put some African jewelry or little african wooden animals around her to feel at home. :) 
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WeirdCityTaxidermy|Professional Artisan Crafter
Awww, what a cute idea! Funny thing though, this zebra never actually lived in Africa... she was born and raised right here in Texas! She'd probably feel just as "at home" with a little longhorn figurine beside her. :lol:
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ChildrenofAnarchy|Hobbyist Traditional Artist
right!! i have a real wood zebra carving that this woman who was part of a tribe carved and was selling all kinds of stuff, i also have a warthog tusk too and i think other things from africa, and yet never have been there lol

you still have the pelt?
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WeirdCityTaxidermy|Professional Artisan Crafter
No, the pelt went back to the customer. He let me keep the skull though.

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Cool! I immediately recognized it as 'equine' even before I scrolled down to the description, but my first guess was 'mule'.
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