This Javelina, also known as the Collared Peccary, has been captured in a fierce and lifelike pose with its mouth open and teeth bared. The mount is posed with its head turned to the viewer's left. The taxidermy is exquisitely detailed. This would make a fantastic addition to a natural history or outdoor life display in a museum or visitor center or to the home or office of a collector of taxidermy. Its size also makes it the perfect candidate for display in a smaller room or for use as an accent piece to a larger mount.
About the Javelina/Collared Peccary
Scientific Name: Tayassuidae
A peccary is a medium-sized pig-like hoofed mammal of the family Tayassuidae. They are found throughout Central and South America and in the southwestern area of North America.