The practice of keeping animals dry and keeping them dry is called Taxidermy Taxi. The practice dates back to the 18th century. Originally used as an ornament to adorn the skins of animals and their heads, limbs, and ornaments at home. This art has become very useful in decorating museums. The word taxi is derived from the Greek word for taxi. Derma means skin.
In the beginning, the skins of aquatic animals and terrestrial animals were covered with fragrant feathers. Peel a squash, grate it and squeeze the juice into it. At that time, the six vaccinated animals were roughly the same as the animals in their original life. However, this skill was gradually developed, and it was possible to reproduce very similar images from the wild and indistinguishable from living animals.
Developing such a situation is not an easy task. Anatami’s anatomy of the body; The study of the structure of bones and tissues Sculpture, sculpture, painting; Son’s water science; Only those who are proficient in the art of dyeing can make such a natural amount of dried herbs.