Pedestal Mount

buffybr

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Personally, I can do without the fake habitat bullshit attached to mounts. Serious dust catchers that are seriously difficult to clean
I agree with you up to a point. Sometimes the fake habitat can be too much and it takes away from the mount. Other times the lack of habitat materials makes the mount look too sterile.

Here is my Texas Aoudad mount as it came from my taxidermist.
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I think that it looked too sterile, so I added some habitat materials,
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robsev

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Here’s one that doesn’t take up much room. The top one is on the wall.
 

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SwaggyD

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SwaggyD, are you a politician? :unsure:
Probably should be. Not a taxidermist so I don’t know why they call them wall “pedestal” mounts. But the base for most pedestal mounts are way too big for my liking.
 
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