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Dr. Seuss Was Into Taxidermy, In The Most Seussical Possible Way

Taxidermy refers to the timeless art of preparing, stuffing and displaying the skins of animals. Normally such animals include moose, deer, and the occasional kitten wedding, but every once and a while you can spot a rare breed, especially if Dr. Seuss is involved. You might not have known that one Theodor Seuss Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss, had a soft spot for deconstructing vertebrates.
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