Chinese Artist Makes Bizarre Taxidermy Creatures – Design You Trust

Chinese Artist Makes Bizarre Taxidermy Creatures

Two-headed parrots, flying pigeon-rabbits, perfectly preserved bunny butts… When it comes to weird taxidermy, Chinese artist Bin is the guy to look up. He even seems to be quite successful, having sold several thousands of these creations on his Etsy store.

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