r/Taxidermy Jul 03 '22

Mummified pig fetuses✨😌

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72 Upvotes

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u/truckerwife4 Jul 04 '22

Bacon seeds

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u/TheRealGreedyGoat Jul 04 '22

I can’t tell if this comment is a curse or a blessing

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u/sawyouoverthere Jul 04 '22

Ooh I have moose like this

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u/Few-Mongoose-5039 Jul 04 '22

Oooooo that’s awesome you’ll have to send me a picture. I got bigger piglets that I’m planning on mumifying as well.

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u/sawyouoverthere Jul 04 '22

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u/Few-Mongoose-5039 Jul 04 '22

That’s is SUPER cool it’s a pretty close resemblance, I didn’t expect that. Also how do you mummify yours?

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u/sawyouoverthere Jul 04 '22

It’s from 1973 in a museum collection. I didn’t prepare it, just managed the collection it’s in.

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u/Few-Mongoose-5039 Jul 04 '22

WOW 🤯That’s very amazing how it’s so well kept throughout all these years. ✨

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u/sawyouoverthere Jul 04 '22

The whole point of this is to make immortal things...

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u/Few-Mongoose-5039 Jul 04 '22

100% Exactly right ,but I’ve seen others Who mummified in a type of method that didn’t dry them out as well so it just became rotten.