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    Faux Taxidermy Wolf

    Faux Taxidermy Gray Wolf (Canis lupus) Life Size Wall Mount

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    Faux Taxidermy Wolf Head

    This listing is for a truly OOAK (One Of A Kind) 100% handmade ‘faux taxidermy’ life size Gray Wolf (Canis Lupus) by Krysten Newby.

    A needle felted technique was used over the course of 2 months to create this realistic piece of faux taxidermy artwork.

    Special barbed needles are used to repeatedly stab the wool in to place, which can be manipulated to create range of different shapes and textures.

    Mounted on to an oak plaque – Mark of authenticity is sewn in to left ear.

    15% of proceeds from this sale will be donated to The UK Wolf Conservation Trust!

    Wildlife conservation is very close to my heart, I am always doing what I can to help protect our planet and all things wild that live within it.

    This is why I donate a percentage of every sale to various wildlife charities such as the UK Wolf Conservation Trust, who greatly rely on any donations so they can continue to fund amazing projects around the world to help protect beautiful, important animals that are in jeopardy, mostly as a result of the most destructive species on the planet – us.

  • Faux Taxidermy Pangolin Art Doll

    Faux Taxidermy Pangolin – One Of A Kind Handmade Art Doll

    This listing is for a truly OOAK (One Of A Kind) 100% handmade realistic Pangolin Art Doll, made over 5 weeks by Krysten Newby.

    Vietnam Wildlife logo

    15% of proceeds from this sale will be donated to Save Vietnam’s Wildlife

    Pangolins happen to be the worlds most illegally trafficked mammal, hunted for human consumption, especially in Asian countries.

    Save Vietnam’s Wildlife collaborate with the Carnivore and Pangolin Conservation Program.

    They help rescue, protect and conserve these incredible animals to prevent them from disappearing from our planet forever.

    “Unfortunately pangolins are rapidly disappearing from the forests due to the wildlife trade and habitat loss. By releasing these Sunda pangolins back into the wild we are boosting wildlife populations and are helping the conservation efforts in Vietnam”.

    So go ahead, give this lovable creature a good home and help save them from the brink of extinction at the same time!