Rusa Deer Hunting Trophy for Sale- Moluccan
Handsome Moluccan Rusa Deer taxidermy shoulder mount. Mounted in sneak pose with alert facial expression and head with very slight right turn. 3 x 3 heavy horns with a few strands of velvet add character to this particular mount. Good, thick hair and accurate detailing earn this mount the taxidermy rating of "Excellent". Makes a good focal piece for a trophy room or hunting lodge.
Scientific Name: Cervus timorensis moluccensis
Size: 37" tall x 22" wide x 31" deep.
Weight: 20 lbs.
Wall hanger is attached. Hangs from single well anchored screw.
Ships in secure wood crate.
Ships for free!
About the Rusa Deer- Cervus timorensis
Rusa deer are native to South East Asia. Rusa deer are widespread in the Indonesian archipelago and it has been introduced into South East Kalimantan, New Guinea, the Bismarck Archipelago, New Caledonia, Australia and New Zealand. Populations of wild rusa deer have also been found in coastal areas between Townsville and Rockhampton, and southern Queensland. A long-established, but little-known, the population is located near Stanthorpe. Rusa deer that are contained within a deer-proof fence; for example, farmed Rusa or Rusa held by a game park are not declared. Any Rusa deer not contained within a deer-proof fence are considered feral or wild and subject to control. The natural disposition of deer means that farmed animals escaping captivity quickly revert to the wild state.