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Old 01-05-2011, 03:08 PM
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taxidermy and storage

I think a specific area for taxidermy would be a great addition to the website or is there already something in place?

I plan on storing my shoulder mounts and rugs for a couple of years while I am moving. Are there any particulars I should be aware of when storing these? Heated or cold storage and to what extent? Humidity play a factor? Thanks for any insight.

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