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Now here is the shocker we are about to lay down to you. We have had this tail in this jar with our solution for almost a whole year! Sitting on our work bench exposed to all sort of temperatures in the shop throughout the year. There is absolutely no smell coming from the jar or any hint of insects trying to get into it. We have no found one dead fly floating in my jar as of yet.

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By CJ Herring

CJ Herring has been practicing taxidermy for 22 years and resides in the hills outside of Cooperstown, New York. A crippling and disabling brain tumor took control of his life in early 2018. In 2019 CJ took a major turn for the worse and was diagnosed with Acromegaly and underwent brain tumor removal in 2020. CJ also suffers from end stage Osteoarthritis from the hips down. CJ continues to write about taxidermy and still manages the day to day operations of the Taxidermy Lab Facebook group.

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