/ˈtæk sɪˌdɜr mi/
the art of preparing and preserving the skins of animals and of stuffing and mounting them in lifelike form.
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the art or process of preparing, stuffing, and mounting animal skins so that they have a lifelike appearance
[C19: from Greek
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Oddly, the world has yet to see the first cloned stuffed animal-a taxidermy specimen sampled to make a spanking new creature.
The birds would stand still for long stretches, resembling their taxidermy cousins, then startle spectators by taking flight.
Cyborg taxidermy transforms beetles into airplanes and buses.
Mail clerks raised money to have his body preserved by taxidermy.
Aquariums with lake fish and taxidermy featuring sea birds and turtles also figure in the collections.
The center features art, taxidermy and authentic recorded moose calls.
On-site taxidermy services stuff and mount trophy fish.
Taxidermy allows individuals to engage in the business of taxidermy for other individuals.
Some furbearers may be sold whole to someone in the taxidermy field.
Epidemiologists are reviewing taxidermy records on a facility related to the index case.
The subject has had a taxidermy license for several years, but he has not renewed it for the past two years.