The Queen Victoria Squirrel is Art at Its Finest

By: Robyn Currie - Published: Oct 27, 2009   Updated: Jun 14 2011 • References: etsy & neatorama
Taxidermy art is perhaps the strangest art form out there and the Queen Victoria Squirrel is an example of such a strange thing.

Take one dead, taxidermied squirrel, and then dress it up as the long dead monarch of the British Empire and then you have what you see above. Pretty sweet, eh? Check out more pictures of this intricately designed Queen Victoria Squirrel in the gallery.

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