A taxidermist was an individual who specialized in the stuffing and mounting of dead animals for display, generally as hunting trophies. Taxidermists were required to specially prepare Camray eels from Spira for show; despite being much sought after as trophies, the stench that emanated from the corpse upon death was vile. Taxidermists prepared the body in such a way as to eliminate the odour.


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