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    Heres one for all you`s trophy hunters

    What do you`s guys think of this for a trophy comments plz haha
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    Ah, the old Jackalope. These started out as apprentice taxidermists challenges or test pieces I think. I have seen some really bizarre taxidermy from the states, some really good and some awful. I saw a full body Hippo once with a massive TV set in the side of it! JC

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Buck View Post
    What do you`s guys think of this for a trophy comments plz haha
    Aghhhh a (Crisensus bavaricus), or commonly known as a Wolpentenger

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    That's not a fake, it's a Chernobyl hair.
    I saw many of these back in the 70's, although that was nothing to do with Chernobyl

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    I was going to purchase some underpants from that region but decided against it because chernobyl kept falling out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uncle Buck View Post
    What do you`s guys think of this for a trophy comments plz haha
    The first time I saw one of these was on the wall behind a Bar in Germany.
    The thing was I didn't notice it when I went in but as the evening progressed I spotted a couple more.
    He had noticed me looking at it but as I didn't make any comment he kept moving it about then he hid it.
    When I asked about it he pretended that I had probably drank too much and had imagined it.
    It turned out it was a trick they played on all newcomers or people they felt would take it in good faith.
    Over the years, I spent in Germany, I saw several variations of it in various Bars and it was quite a common sight, particularly in the Bars I frequented which were mainly 'country' pubs that had Hunting associated with it.

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    I think you'll find that it is a ''Roebit''!
    A fine example too as few make it above 6 points!
    Quite common in East Anglia, although they are in direct competition for both food and territory with the Chinese Water Hare.
    I can offer stalking for both species but it will cost quite a lot and I cannot guarantee success. You will however experience a good day out in the fresh air and good company etc, etc...Blah, Blah, Blah
    MS

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    The King's Arms pub in Burton in Kendal has a Ph-uck in a glass case. Front of a pheasant with the rear of a duck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by longlowdog View Post
    The King's Arms pub in Burton in Kendal has a Ph-uck in a glass case. Front of a pheasant with the rear of a duck.
    That pub used to be my local when I lived at Yealand Redmayne 15 years ago
    It wasnt there then

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    M-S,
    small world. I used to live in Conyers.

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