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I went to Safari Taxidermy in Pietersburg today and saw the most interesting trophy of a Warthog. I have not seen one like this before. It is called a Butler for obvious reasons. Have a look.
 

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Aitsa, dis nou 'n kordaat vark!! Thanks Bush!!
 

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Aitsa, dis nou 'n kordaat vark!! Thanks Bush!!
Please guyse let's not bring politics in to this:tongue:, nice trophy thoug. only thing is that it's empty! Craicki some people are pigs!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

PS>Good one BUSHKEY.:wink:

George
 

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Ja nee, die VARK kon darem net 'n ou klein tappie gehad het!
 

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Bossie,
I think it is a waist of a nice trophy,although nicely done.Belinda got her Warthog a week or two back.
Ja, it would have made a nice standard trophy. But the guy who the trophy belongs to has so many nice trophy pigs in his trophy room he wanted a butler. I also received our warthogs of last year, as well as Heidi's Nyala and I am going to go fetch that last Kudu later today. Tonight is trophy hanging time. Here is a photo of the two pigs. Not a great photo it was meant for something else but you get the idea.
 

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You tuskers looks great, seems in you area the warthogs have much bigger teeth than in the Karoo. I think this is because the rocky field in the Karoo.
I wait for 5 sholder mount and 2 lamps from ostrich feet with lampshades from porcupine quills from Buck `n Bass Taxidermy in Cape Town. I hope to get the crates on the ship sea way before I visit S.A. again.
 

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It NEEEEEEDS a tuxedo jacket. Very interesting, but not quite my taste, I'm afraid.
 
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