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Wow! Superb
 
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4 very good wolves
 
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Way too much false Fierceness, Sorry.

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Very well done. Some of the best taxidermy I’ve seen tu2


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Way too much false Fierceness, Sorry.

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Guess you never seen wolves fight among themselves.
 
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Beautiful! Loooks real life to me,I have seen them in action in Alaska
 
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Impressive!
Thanks for sharing.

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Eh, not my bag of donuts either.

Natural or not natural. I just prefer a more calm looking critter.
 
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Very well done. Some of the best taxidermy I’ve seen tu2


Fantastic!! tu2
 
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I think I would prefer a "quiet" mount.

All the snarling is not my cup of tea.


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Many mounts are done with animals growling and snarling, I think it has to be kept in moderation.
 
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Impressive.


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I love the intensity! My wife loves the intensity of it as well! Personally, I would change the two that are fighting to tone it down just a smidgen. Other than that, it has the wow factor for me. But, then again, my lion mount is in an intense charge. Gets people's attention when they visit. Big Grin Too many mounts are ho-hum and boring, and belong in the dark corner of a museum. Beautiful work!
 
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Thank you everyone appreciate hearing the input!


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Excellent and exciting art in taxidermy. Just because I may not have it in my bedroom doesn't mean that it is not awesome work . Brian
 
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I had couple of them in bedroom like that ...


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Unreal!!! Very cool!
 
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