The '1000 Degrees Celsius Deyrolle' Book is Morbid and Macabre

By: Jacqueline Parrish - Published: Oct 24, 2009   Updated: Jul 20 2011 • References: antlermag & truuconfessions
Being quite possibly the most morbid and disturbing book ever to grace the shelves of your local Chapters, Borders or Barnes & Noble, Laurent Bochet's '1000 Degrees Celsius Deyrolle' documents the aftermath of a wildfire that ripped through one of Paris's most beloved taxidermy shops.

'1000 Degrees Celsius Deyrolle' features pictures of half-disintegrated taxidermied creatures such as lions, tigers and bears, as well as zebras and something that suspiciously resembles an antelope.

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