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In the wildlife world after animals are hunted and killed one mightwonder what happens to the dead carcass There is one man who has aunique artistic ability to bring these animals back to life one manwho creates a realistic sculpture of the animal He does it through hisexcitable talent of taxidermy His work has brought beautiful artworkinto the homes of many who appreciate it The name is Rick RickBussy People from all over the United States and from other countrieshave requested his gift to transform their game into a masterpiecewhich in most cases are shown off in a trophy room Rick Bussy has been in the business for 30 years and didnt decide hewanted to be a taxidermist till he was 20 years old He has created avariety of animals but in his opinion his most rare animal was theLeopard and the most unique was a Siberian Tiger Of coarse the mostcommon animal is the Whitetail Deer which happens to be his favoritemount to create Most people when they see a herd of deer in a fieldthey would think they all look alike but that is farthest from thetruth in Bussys eyes Bussy quoted I see many many deer brought inthrough the season and I see a difference and a strong distinctionbetween every deer thats why I enjoy the Whitetails the most whetherits the color of the hide or the number of the points and thestructure of the antlers I can always see a dissimilarity in each andevery deer Bussy was asked how much time it takes to mount such amasterpiece and this was his response It takes about 15 hours tofully complete a mount on a whitetail deer and I realize it takes somuch time but Im just to stubborn to quite To become a taxidermist requires a certain amount of schooling Bussyattended American Institute of Taxidermy in the year 1984 Not tomention Bussy went to that Institution but he learned from
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