This entry, of two male African lions fighting, won an award at the World Taxidermy Championship in Springfield, Missouri. It was made by Dakota Taxidermy.
Jim Allred, a taxidermist from North Carolina, drives his showpiece -- a white-tailed deer.
Carolin Brak-Dolny, from Frankford, Ontario, poses with a wolf.
A man lifts a Bigfoot replica into a trailer.
Carl Tregre, from Houma, Louisiana, prepares his bighorn sheep he calls "The Ghost Dancer."
Daniel Meng, from Bismarck, North Dakota, puts his prize leopard into a trailer after winning the Best in World award for the large mammal category.
A man drags his suitcase -- and a kudu head -- before checking into a hotel.
A white tiger is put into a trailer.
The team from Dakota Taxidermy unloads lions from a truck.
James Smith and Mike Foss move a jaguar that was prepared by Phil Soucy, Forest Hart and Mike Vernelson.
Brak-Dolny's wolf is photographed by a magazine.
Tony Grabowski, bottom, mounts a Dall sheep.
A man holds an elk mannequin inside the trade show.