Inflatable Shark Taxidermy is a Cool Twist to Typical Wall Decor

By: Emily Evans - Published: May 11, 2011 • References: polyvore and fredflare
Moose-head taxidermy is so last year (or maybe even longer), but inflatable shark taxidermy is taking its place. With the summer swimming season just around the corner, why not opt for a much more aquatic wall décor? Inflatable shark taxidermy is not only easier to hang than traditional beastly deer heads and the like, but the concept is also a great conversation piece!

Inflatable shark taxidermy is modeled after the difficult-to-hunt ‘Floating Rock’ sharks of the South China Sea, as described by Fred Flare. Fishermen have long tried to catch this prized fish without much success.

You now have the opportunity to mount this powerful creature on your very own wall—and without the treck to the South China Sea! Inflatable shark taxidermy is a cool twist to traditional wall décor, especially for sea front cottages!