Taxidermy. Crossbill skin. Complete set with wings, tail, paws and skull. Specially dried and processed.
Processed, dried, odorless.
The crossbill is a forest songbird from the finches family of the passerine order. It is characterized by a powerful beak with crossed tips and feeding on the seeds of spruce and other conifers. Wikipedia
Finch family (Fringillidae)
Rod Klesty (Loxia)
An interesting fact One of the striking features of these birds is that the nesting period can begin even in winter. Pictures of a crossbill female on the nest are known in early March, when there are still snowdrifts and sub-zero temperatures around.
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