Home Taxidermy - Authors and Editors of Instructables

Home Taxidermy

By Authors and Editors of Instructables

  • Release Date: 2010-12-07
  • Genre: Nature
3 Score: 3 (From 5 Ratings)


Home Taxidermy gives you full step-by-step instructions for 10 crazy ways to preserve and display small animals.  Learn how to tan hides, stuff carcasses, and even create an anatomically-accurate computer mouse!  All projects come from Instructables.com, are written by DIY taxidermy experts, and contain pictures for each step so you can easily follow along yourself.  Happy stuffing!


  • Disgusted

    By Ksocool
    I've read quite a few taxidermy books all very good. This book was terrible what were they thinking with the cover, taxidermy is an art to display the beauty of the animal. They destroyed the mouser true beauty with those legs. The book never went over on how To prepare the skins the idea for the filling was not bad but the eyes are terrible. They don't use proper tools and how to care for the finished product plus the pictures we're trying to learn how to prepare an animal not see your kids and them dressing up a crappy piece of art. I would not recommend this book go to you library and order the complete guide to small game taxidermy. That book has amazing pictures step by step guides and list of chemicals to use caring for the end product and a guide on where to buy these chemicals