Mounted Sambar Deer Head for Sale
Heavy horned Rusa Sambar Deer taxidermy mount for sale. This large Rusa deer has a light-colored coat of sandy brown. Mounted in an upright, relaxed position, and head facing slightly to the left. The massive antlers on this Sambar have a main beam measurement of 36" and an outside spread of 26". Nice symmetry and color on the antlers, with a bit of hard velvet, still attached. Excellent detailing on the face makes this a very impressive piece overall. Taxidermy craftsmanship quality rated "Nice". A perfect addition to the trophy room, or cabin/lodge decor.
Scientific Name: Rusa unicolor
Size: 52" tall x 25" wide x 25" deep.
Weight: 13 lbs.
Wall hanger is attached. Hangs from a single well-anchored screw.
Ships in a secure wood crate.
About the Rusa Deer
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.