What does humankind value most from an elephant? How does the idea of a "trophy" decorate the homes of poachers?
When taxidermy is placed on one's wall as decor, it becomes visual second nature, fading into our space like a wallpaper pattern
The feathers and skin of an ostrich are valued most by humanity, as opposed to their natural beauty, elegance, and integral presence among the Serengeti ecosystem
The horns of an impala are valued by hunters, yet are so ingrained in their skeleton that to remove them is to permanently harm the animal
Many cultures believe the gorilla's hand contains medicinal properties. This fallacy results in the hunting and killing of thousands of gorillas a year