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Wolverine and Rock Squirrels Taxidermy Display - SW1717

SW1717

Wildlife Exhibit - Wolverine and Rock Squirrels 

Taxidermy Online SellersWorld class pedestal display featuring large Wolverine and two Rock Squirrels. Beautiful color phase on Wolverine that measures 50 inches from nose to tip of tail. Thick winter pelt with long skirt. Competition quality throughout. Great detailing on open mouth and leaping squirrel. Taxidermy is rated at "Premier" on all three pieces. Highly detailed habitat base. Professional craftsmanship on beautiful wood floor pedestal.
Size: 56" tall x 42" wide x 19" deep.
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About the Wolverine


The wolverine is a powerful and ferocious animal that resembles a small bear but is actually the largest member of the weasel family. Wolverines sport heavy, beautiful fur that make them a prime trapper's target.
 
These tough animals are solitary and they need a lot of room to roam. Individual wolverines may travel 15 miles in a day in search of food. Because of these habitat requirements, wolverines frequent remote boreal forests, taiga, and tundra in the northern latitudes of Europe, Asia, and North America.
 
Wolverines eat a bit of vegetarian fare, like plants and berries in the summer season. But meat makes up the major part of their diet—they are tenacious predators. Wolverines easily dispatch smaller prey, such as rabbits and rodents, but may even attack animals many times their size, such as caribou, if the prey appears to be weak or injured. These opportunistic eaters also feed on carrion—the corpses of larger mammals, such as elk, deer, and caribou. Such finds sustain them in winter when other prey may be thinner on the ground, though they have also been known to dig into burrows and eat hibernating mammals.