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Insect taxidermy is the meticulous art of preserving and displaying insects for scientific study, education, or aesthetic appreciation. Skilled taxidermists delicately prepare insects by carefully removing internal organs and preserving the exoskeleton through various techniques such as drying, freezing, or injecting preservatives. The process requires precision and patience to maintain the insect’s natural appearance and pose. Once preserved, insects can be mounted on pins or displayed in cases, often alongside detailed labels identifying species and origin. Insect taxidermy serves as a valuable tool for entomologists to study biodiversity and morphology, while also offering a unique opportunity for enthusiasts to admire the intricate beauty of these fascinating creatures up close.
Bugs Bugs and more Bugs, The art of insect taxidermy

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