The Art Of Taxidermy During The Victorian Era Was Extremely STRANGE

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The first anthropomorphic taxidermy was done by Hermann Ploucquet as an exhibit in the Crystal Palace. Fans of Ploucquet's work included Charles Dickens, Charles Darwin, Lewis Carroll, Charlotte Bronte, and even Queen Victoria herself.
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