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Eurasian skylark on a birch trunk.

Rare piece of taxidermy made according the current taxidermy standards. The bird is treated against insect damage and has a closed footring.

This lark breeds across most of Europe and Asia and in the mountains of north Africa. The Eurasian skylark walks over the ground searching for food on the soil surface. Its diet consists of insects and plant material such as seeds and young leaves. Unlike a finch (family Fringillidae) it swallows seeds without removing the husk. Insects form an important part of the diet in summer.

This item can only be send within the European Union due to customs legislation.

Please note that all the birds died naturally and were not killed for taxidermy.

H 16,5 cm           W 7 cm                 D 14 cm

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