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African animal specimen factory produces exposed animal slaughtered for specimen processing

According to the daily mail of July 29, workers in a taxidermy factory outside winterhoek, the capital of Namibia, are busy peeling and filling various animals sent by customers to make lifelike animal specimens, including elephants, cheetahs, antelopes, even lions and crocodiles. Although the production cost is high and the production process is bloody and cruel, rich foreign hunters still come in droves.

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In Namibia, animal specimens are legal and very popular with hunters. A tour guide said that if you have money, you can hunt any animal you want. Most of the hunters who hunt here are rich white people from places like the United States and Germany. They made a special trip here to engage in consumption hunting in private nature reserves bought by some white farmers, and were very willing to make specimens of their own hunting booty as a souvenir.

In the animal animal production factory outside winters and Kexi, the factory mistress and his 45 workers first stripped the skin of the animal from its body and dried it. Then, the liquid foam was filled with large, medium and small mold according to the size of the animal, and the mold was removed after drying. Finally, the animal specimens were decorated with eyes and colored. The factory produces up to 6000 specimens a year, and its business has been booming.

For example, elephant specimens cost 27000 pounds, giraffes 6000 pounds and cheetahs 1300 pounds.

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