A taxidermic bear stands almost six feet tall on his hind legs with his mouth gaping in a never-ending silent roar.
She is lovingly clutching the hand of a nude man as the two sleep; a taxidermic fox stands behind them.
We have now reached one of the most interesting features of all taxidermic work.
Let us suppose we are fitting up a taxidermic laboratory in which to mount all kinds of vertebrate animals, great and small.
This material is absolutely indispensable in taxidermic work, and its composition should be thoroughly understood.
In cases where it is undesirable or inconvenient to mount a fish as a whole, the head only may be treated as a taxidermic object.
Possibly this improvement has taken place by now; anyway, I heartily wish Brother Jonathan good luck in his taxidermic studies.