Part 4, Mounting an Alligator

by Larry Blomquist, with David Spiess and Carl Tregre

When hunters decide they want a preserved trophy of an alligator they have killed, there are many choices. Some of the popular choices are a cleaned and bleached skull, some have the skin tanned into patent leather for boots, etc., while others decide on a mounted head, a full-body mount, and or display the tanned skin as a rug. There are choices for rugs, and the type of rug a customer wants will be determined by how much room he has for displaying purposes, with costs being another factor.

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