Gamekeeper’s House

People say that it’s animals that make a home but these incredible images reveal what happens when 150 DEAD ANIMALS are put on display. The controversial exhibit at one keen gamekeeper’s home includes the hydes of 150 of the world’s biggest mammals which are lovingly displayed in the downstairs of his home. Instead of being stuffed, the animal’s hides spend six months with a taxidermist where they’re carefully treated before being wrapped around plastic manikins and sewn together.

People say that it's animals that make a home but these incredible images reveal what happens when 150 DEAD ANIMALS are put on display. The controversial exhibit at one keen gamekeeper's home includes the hydes of 150 of the world's biggest mammals which are lovingly displayed in the downstairs of his home. Instead of being stuffed, the animal's hides spend six months with a taxidermist where they're carefully treated before being wrapped around plastic manikins and sewn together.

People say that it's animals that make a home but these incredible images reveal what happens when 150 DEAD ANIMALS are put on display. The controversial exhibit at one keen gamekeeper's home includes the hydes of 150 of the world's biggest mammals which are lovingly displayed in the downstairs of his home. Instead of being stuffed, the animal's hides spend six months with a taxidermist where they're carefully treated before being wrapped around plastic manikins and sewn together.

People say that it's animals that make a home but these incredible images reveal what happens when 150 DEAD ANIMALS are put on display. The controversial exhibit at one keen gamekeeper's home includes the hydes of 150 of the world's biggest mammals which are lovingly displayed in the downstairs of his home. Instead of being stuffed, the animal's hides spend six months with a taxidermist where they're carefully treated before being wrapped around plastic manikins and sewn together.

People say that it's animals that make a home but these incredible images reveal what happens when 150 DEAD ANIMALS are put on display. The controversial exhibit at one keen gamekeeper's home includes the hydes of 150 of the world's biggest mammals which are lovingly displayed in the downstairs of his home. Instead of being stuffed, the animal's hides spend six months with a taxidermist where they're carefully treated before being wrapped around plastic manikins and sewn together.