Heads Up!

Within the collection we have a hedgehog without a head.

This is the front...I think

...or maybe this end is the front

A Victorian curiosity? Possibly.

A taxidermists interpretation of a ‘cut and shut’ job? I hope so. Because if that is the case, there is a hedgehog out there with two heads. Which is far more useful than being a hedgehog with two bottoms!


1 Response to “Heads Up!”

  1. 1 4D May 12, 2010 at 10:13 am

    Is it a teasle head? [a herbacious plant harvested in the pre-industrial era and used for carding wool.] it’s root apparently had medicinal properties :}

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