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This prize-winning taxidermy piece, “Can’t Kill the King,” is on display at Mountain Man Taxidermy in Craig. Owner Scott Moore created the piece alongside taxidermist Leland Reinier, owner of Big Cat Taxidermy in Craig. The piece won first place for collective artist at the Colorado State Taxidermy Competition earlier this month in Salida. Photo by Ben McCanna

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Craig taxidermist Scott Moore stands Saturday next to the prize-winning piece, “Can’t Kill the King,” which he created with local taxidermist Leland Reinier. The two men won first place for collective artist at the Colorado State Taxidermy Competition earlier this month in Salida. The piece, which features an African lion, is on display at Moore’s business, Mountain Man Taxidermy in Craig. Photo by Ben McCanna

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Leland Reinier, owner of Big Cat Taxidermy, works on a customer’s leopard in May 2010. Reinier worked with taxidermist Scott Moore to create the piece, “Can’t Kill the King,” which won first place for collective artist at the Colorado State Taxidermy Competition earlier this month in Salida. File Photo

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Above is a detail from the prize-winning taxidermy piece, “Can’t Kill the King.” The piece was made by Leland Reinier, owner of Big Cat Taxidermy in Craig, and Scott Moore, owner of Mountain Man Taxidermy in Craig. The piece won first place for collective artist at the Colorado State Taxidermy Competition earlier this month in Salida. It is currently on display at Moore’s business. Photo by Ben McCanna

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This mounted deer is an example of the work of Scott Moore, owner of Mountain Man Taxidermy in Craig. Recently, Moore and collaborator Leland Reinier, owner of Big Cat Taxidermy in Craig, won first place honors at the Colorado State Taxidermy Competition in Salida. Photo by Ben McCanna

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This mounted turkey is an example of the work of Scott Moore, owner of Mountain Man Taxidermy in Craig. Recently, Moore and collaborator Leland Reinier, owner of Big Cat Taxidermy in Craig, won first place honors at the Colorado State Taxidermy Competition in Salida. Photo by Ben McCanna

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Craig taxidermist Scott Moore stands Saturday next to the prize-winning piece “Can’t Kill the King,” which he created with taxidermist Leland Reinier. The two men won first place for collective artist at the Colorado State Taxidermy Competition earlier this month in Salida. The piece, which features an African lion, is on display at Moore’s business, Mountain Man Taxidermy in Craig. Photo by Ben McCanna

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Craig taxidermist Scott Moore stands Saturday next to the prize-winning piece “Can’t Kill the King,” which he created with taxidermist Leland Reinier. The two men won first place for collective artist at the Colorado State Taxidermy Competition earlier this month in Salida. The piece, which features an African lion, is on display at Moore’s business, Mountain Man Taxidermy in Craig. Photo by Ben McCanna

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