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African Mounts

All-Taxidermy offers a variety of custom African mounts, with various styles and animals. Browse our online store for full-body African mounts (with and without habitat), shoulder wall mounts, pedestal mounts, African animal skulls, rugs, and more. Contact All-Taxidermy to discuss your custom African mount pose and animal to create a true one-of-a-kind piece or to purchase one of our mounts.

Africa is home to some of the most beautiful animals in the world. These animals from Africa are some of the most coveted trophies you’ll find on the market. So if you are lucky enough to take one of them, you’ll want to preserve it and show it off as a trophy in your African taxidermy collection. Our African taxidermy mounts are authentic and crafted with great attention to detail.

African Mounts

Let us turn your African mount trophy into a piece of art for your home, cabin, or office. A large game like a cape buffalo or rhino is often preserved in a shoulder mount. However, a life-size mount is breathtaking if you have the space for it. To customize your African taxidermy mount, you can choose the position of the head and enhance the display with a recreated natural habitat.

Lion Taxidermy Mounts

Looking for a majestic lion taxidermy mount for your home office space, cabin, or museum? Considered the king of beasts for millennia, the African lion (Panthera leo) comes in seven different species (with an 8th species residing in Asia). These are the West African lion, Northeast Congo lion, East African/Masai lion, Southwest African/Katanga lion, Southeast African/Transvaal lion, Cape lion (extinct), and Barbary lion (extinct, with the exception of a select few in captivity).

Lions are the most social of the big cats. They reside in groups called prides, (which is unique among cats). The pride will consist of one to several adult males, related females, and cubs. The lion is an apex predator. Groups of females will hunt for their prey, hunting for the rest of the pride. Lions have golden brown short fur and a tail tuft which is unique to their species. Males are known for their distinctive golden, brown, or even deep brown manes, which not only look regal, but attract females.

The lion is known for its loud roars, which can be heard up to 5 miles, or 8 kilometers away. Of all the big cats, the lion’s roars are the loudest and most frequent, and are used to communicate with group members and to establish territory. The lion is the second largest of all cats, exceeded only by the tiger. The lion is a must-have for African taxidermy enthusiasts who are starting an African collection. Celebrate the grandeur of the lion by browsing African lion taxidermy mounts, skulls, and more for your museum or cabin. Our taxidermists take great care and demonstrate excellent craftsmanship when handling lion taxidermy mounts.

Giraffe Taxidermy Mounts

Browse our online store for a giraffe taxidermy mount to add to your African taxidermy collection. The tallest of land mammals, the giraffe (Giraffa camelopardalis) will be the perfect centerpiece for your African animal collection! Our most exquisite pieces (available in Trophy and Superior quality grades), are of pristine quality and are museum-ready. Shop shoulder mounts, neck mounts, full mounts, rugs, or skulls as they become available on our website.

The giraffe has nine subspecies; the Kordofan giraffe, Nubian giraffe, Rothschild’s giraffe, West African giraffe, Reticulated giraffe, Angolan giraffe, South African giraffe, Masai giraffe, and Thornicroft’s giraffe.

Giraffes are herbivores and are commonly found in groups of up to twenty individuals that live, migrate, and graze together. The giraffe lives for about 25 years in the wild, and even longer in captivity. Males can reach heights of 18 feet or taller, and females reach about 14 feet when fully mature. The giraffe has excellent, vigilant eyesight, and can keenly spot a lion or another predator from a distance.

The giraffe is known for its exceptionally long neck with seven cervical vertebrae. Some taxidermy enthusiasts and even educators like to showcase the animal’s skull and vertebrae together to show the length and height for personal collections, stores, cabins, museums, and educational centers. Giraffe taxidermy is massive and expensive, so to get a dream shoulder or full-body mount will require a bit of saving up. Shop with All-Taxidermy for giraffe taxidermy like shoulder mounts, skulls, and more.

Zebra Taxidermy Mounts

Looking for a dynamic shoulder or full-body mount to add to your African animal taxidermy collection? Look no further than zebra taxidermy mounts! Zebras (Equus Quagga) are easily one of the world’s more iconic and recognizable animals. Currently, there are three living species of zebra: the plains zebra, Grévy’s zebra, and mountain zebra. The plains zebra is the most common and widespread of the three species. The largest of the zebra species is the Grévy’s zebra. This horse-like ungulate is characterized by a mane of short hair, a tufted tail, and iconic vertical stripes.

Zebras are herbivorous ungulates, preyed on primarily by lions, cheetahs, hyenas, hunting dogs, leopards, and humans alike. They live up to twenty years in the wild, and for much longer in captivity, (sometimes up to forty years). Every year, the plains zebra travels great distances in huge herds of hundreds and thousands of individuals to find food and water. This migration covers a distance of 1,800 miles from Tanzania’s Serengeti to reach their destination in Kenya. On a regular basis, zebras live in small family groups known as “harems.”

At All-Taxidermy, we have unique zebra taxidermy mounts available. These range from zebra skulls to pedestal mounts to rugs. The unique striped markings of the zebra are sure to make your African animal taxidermy collection stand out! Our highest quality pieces (Trophy and Superior) are our best specimens that will look great in your home, cabin, museum, or educational center.

Antelope Taxidermy Mounts

Looking for antelope taxidermy mounts with excellent craftsmanship and high attention to detail? Look no further than All-Taxidermy! Africa is home to over seventy species of antelope. You will find quite a few of these elegant ungulates here on our website. These include the Impala, Greater Kudu, Lesser Kudu, Wildebeest, Hartebeest, Eland, African Steinbok, Gemsbok, Waterbuck, Duiker, Springbok, Grysbok, Klipspringer, Sable antelope, and Lechwe, among others.

Africa’s antelopes are the herbivorous grazers of the African plains. They commonly live and migrate in herds. Many antelope species have the agility to run and leap at great speed. The males (and sometimes females, depending on the species) sport a stunning pair of horns. As a result, European mounts with the skull and horns only look visually impressive on your wall.

Other popular taxidermy pieces include a shoulder mount, pedestal mount, full-body mount (with and without natural habitat), skulls, rugs, and even a single horn. Browse All-Taxidermy online today for African antelope taxidermy.

African Animal Skulls

African animal skulls are easier to prepare and will also cost you less. If you are interested in an African animal skull, All-Taxidermy has plenty of choices: from numerous species of antelope, to baboons, lion, leopard, hippo, giraffe, warthog, hyena, zebra, and more. Some of our African animal skulls are reconstructed.

Skulls are a great choice because they can be displayed as a wall along with other skulls or on your countertop or dresser. There are many ways to display your skulls. Shop African animal skulls today to add to your African mounts collection.

About All-Taxidermy

All-Taxidermy is a small, family-owned company based in Wrightstown, WI. Our team of talented taxidermists have been providing superior service for customers’ African mounts for the past five years. As always, our team strives to complete every job in the shortest time frame possible without compromising aesthetic requirements. That means you can expect your African taxidermy pieces to be shipped at the soonest date possible and arrive with the most professionally done look.

Have questions about our African mounts? Please reach out to our team by giving us a call at 1-888-983-3886 or by contacting us today.