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Here are two dead, stuffed, bloody squirrels in a hockey fight

The above headline is nothing but accurate. We'll understand if you don't scroll down.

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Two dead (used to be alive, just like you and me) squirrels were stuffed (had their used-to-be-alive innards removed and replaced with foam or whatever), dressed in little hockey uniforms, and then posed to make it look like they are in the middle of a very legitimate, very alive hockey fight.

This is 100% real, we promise. And we are so sorry.


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squirrel 2

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Even better! They're supposed to represent actual people! The Hershey Bears squirrel is supposed to be Steven Oleksy, while the Lehigh Valley Phantoms player is Derek Mathers. I wonder how those fellas feel about this.

This can be yours for $600.00. Add $12.45 for shipping.

Here's the description from the eBay listing:

This is an awesome ONE OF A KIND collectors item for the Hershey Bears Hockey enthusiast. It consists of Hershey Bear's Steven Oleksy and Lehigh Valley Phantom's Derek Mathers. These are 100% real squirrels with exceptional detail as seen in the pictures. They have been mounted by a professional taxidermist and comes with an ice hockey base as shown.

These squirrels were mounted by professional taxidermists at Teeters' Taxidermy Studio Inc. in Halifax, PA. We do completely customized squirrel mounts, whatever you can think of. If you have an idea of an awesome squirrel mount you can give us a call and we can give you an estimated quote of what one would cost you. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask. Thanks for looking! Check out some of our other crazy squirrel mounts on ebay!

Teeters' Taxidermy Studio Inc.

Yeah .... one of a kind. That's certainly one way to put it.

h/t SB Nation

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