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Common snapping turtle shell

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Common snapping turtle shell, Salve Regina University Department of Art and Art History, 1900-1999

A large, rounded shell that appears dark brown on the top with a white edge; top of the shell has various ridges.

Sliced pearl and striped, chambered nautilus shell

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Sliced pearl and striped, chambered nautilus shell, Salve Regina University Department of Art and Art History, 1900-1999

A large sea shell that appears white with brown stripes near the top; shell is rounded with a wide width length opening on the bottom; inside is…

Taxidermied crow

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Taxidermied crow, Salve Regina University Department of Art and Art History, 1900-1999

A small, open-mouthed black crow; bird appears standing on gnarled wood; feathers are all black, with black legs and a black beak.

Taxidermied armadillo

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Taxidermied armadillo, Salve Regina University Department of Art and Art History, 1900-1999

A small, taxidermied armadillo which appears as if it is walking; colors range from shades of gray to lighter brown tones; exterior appears thick and…

Draco lizard (flying dragon)

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Draco lizard (flying dragon), Salve Regina University Department of Art and Art History, 1900-1999

A small, red, draco lizard (flying dragon), mounted in a frame; green body with red and black shaped wings and a long green tail; appears as if…

Bignose shark jaw with teeth

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Bignose shark jaw with teeth, Salve Regina University Department of Art and Art History, 1900-1999

A small, open mouth of a bignose shark; symmetrical in shape, with many small triangular pointed teeth.

African ram skull

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African ram skull, Salve Regina University Department of Art and Art History, 1900-1999

A small, wide skull with a short snout and small eye sockets; symmetrical horns that turn down and curve outwards; horns are rigid and thick.

Taxidermied North American porcupine

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Taxidermied North American porcupine, Salve Regina University Department of Art and Art History, 1900-1999

A brown and gray taxidermied North American porcupine; surplus of needles ranging in color from brown to white; appears as if walking.

White-tailed deer skull

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White-tailed deer skull, Salve Regina University Department of Art and Art History, 1900-1999

Smaller mounted skull with a short snout, and small eye sockets; two asymmetrical antlers, both with five points; antlers are curved inward towards…

Wildebeest skull

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Wildebeest skull, Salve Regina University Department of Art and Art History, 1900-1999

Long, wide mounted skull with large eye sockets and a short snout; two asymmetrical horns that are very thick and short.

Hartebeest skull

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Hartebeest skull, Salve Regina University Department of Art and Art History, 1900-1999

Large scale mounted skull with a long snout and small eye sockets; two short asymmetrical horns, curving outwards; each horn varies in ridges and they…

Impala skull

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Impala skull, Salve Regina University Department of Art and Art History, 1900-1999

Small scale mounted skull with a short snout; two long asymmetrical horns that vary in amount of ridges; both horns curve, but the one on the skull's…

Springbok skull

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Springbok skull, Salve Regina University Department of Art and Art History, 1900-1999

Small scale mounted skull with a long snout; small eye sockets spread far apart; horns are symmetrical in size but differ in amount of ridges; both…

Whale skull

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Whale skull, Salve Regina University Department of Art and Art History, 1900-1999

A deep gray and white mounted whale skull; full head with baleen and wide eye sockets.

Taxidermied duck

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Taxidermied duck, Salve Regina University Department of Art and Art History, 1900-1999

A black, white, and brown mounted taxidermied duck; mounted as if in flight; black head, beak, feet and upper torso, white belly, and brown wings.

Taxidermied Osceola turkey

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Taxidermied Osceola turkey, Salve Regina University Department of Art and Art History, 1900-1999

A brown, mounted taxidermied Osceola turkey; mounted with tail feathers fanned out; blue head and red beak and throat.

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