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    I was cruising around an internet auction site and found this. It had no info on the type, but it looks BCI to me. Though I don't know what's growing out of its head! Really, really weird....
    -Jen. Back in the hobby after a hiatus!
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    freaky nightmare-inducing pic.. bci taxidermy mount!?

    Bizarre! And why is its mouth full of red play dough? And why didn't they bother to give it glass eyes? And why stuff the poor thing anyway? Just overall weird.
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    I know. I much prefer my snakes alive.
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    Yeah, as a rule, I prefer my animals alive, too, unless they're on my plate.
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    Adult BCI?

    Yeah, as a rule, I prefer my animals alive, too, unless they're on my plate.
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    Oh man...that's just....weird! Like Marla said...why stuff it to begin with? But...if you're going to do it, do it right for goodness sake! That just looks horrible! LOL!
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    It's gotta be a prop from a horror movie.

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    Thats just not right!
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    Crappy looking prop - or sloppy taxidermy. That's pretty lame. Downright WEAK in fact.

    I can understand folks native to an area where large snakes are present EATING the snakes as a viable food source - but that thang is just fugly'n'wrong.

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    I know. I usually don't have a problem with taxidermy as long as the animal was used for food, or died naturally.
    -Jen. Back in the hobby after a hiatus!
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