Ciril Jazbec: “A polar bear skin dries on a rack outside the home of Ane Løvstrøm on Saattut Island. She’s one of the few women in the community with the skill to fashion boots and pants from the skin of the far north’s greatest predator. Hunters prize her garments, which provide unparalleled warmth.” (from “How Melting Ice Changes One County’s Life,” National Geographic)
Ring-necked pheasant mount by St. Pierre's Taxidermy. The common pheasant is a bird in the pheasant family. The genus name comes from Latin phasianinus "pheasant-like". The species name colchicus is Latin for "of Colchis" a country on the Black Sea where pheasants became known to Europeans.