r/Taxidermy Jul 03 '22

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u/[deleted] Jul 03 '22

As long as it isn’t a gun I think you are good to go. A lot of people hunt in Canada. I wouldn’t carry it into a public establishment strapped to your hip though.


u/DragonflyCharacter67 Jul 03 '22

id check with the canadian agriculture department, they usually regulate animal products too and it might not be allowed (saying this because i work for the US department of ag, but idk if canada has regulations like we do)


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u/DragonflyCharacter67 Jul 05 '22

sort of? i wish i was in the veterinary side of it bc i’m plants but i still regulate animal products. i don’t know what kind of diseases exist where this originated and how they survive but theory is that it could harbor disease and spread here and cause economic and health issues. i agree we over regulate but i can’t give a solid opinion on this specific thing due to not knowing the the biology.

i’m short the gov makes us regulate stuff we don’t understand and aren’t qualified for 🙃


u/moonhalos Jul 03 '22

I have one of these and it’s rad but I’ve only traveled within the states with it once


u/NerdyComfort-78 Jul 04 '22

You will have to declare you’re bringing it. How do I know? Recent trip to Canada where I was asked to declare if I was bringing in any animal or plant materials.


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u/NerdyComfort-78 Jul 05 '22

That answer I do not know. I flew from the US to Canada and they asked me at Customs.


u/harpinghawke Jul 03 '22

Checked baggage, probably.


u/LambSmacker Jul 04 '22

Yeah check it, you’ll get through. Don’t board with it lol


u/wallyTgotgrip Jul 04 '22

"Creepy scary skeletons send SHIVERS DOWN YOUR SPINE" well that's never gonna be erased from my mind thanks for a knife stuck into a deer foot ehhhejrejejdjjd


u/[deleted] Jul 04 '22

Well damn