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sleddogpa 15-Dec-17
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drycreek 15-Dec-17
sleddogpa 15-Dec-17
sleddogpa 15-Dec-17
Zebrakiller 16-Dec-17
From: sleddogpa
15-Dec-17

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One of the things I had questions on was the skinning shed and what happened with our critters once they were picked up. So here are some pics of our skiining shed. Just another cool thing that happened on our hunt. To me, it was one of the things I wanted to experience on our hunt. I am also going to post some videos of my animals being put in the truck for a ride.

From: sleddogpa
15-Dec-17

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15-Dec-17

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15-Dec-17

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15-Dec-17

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Zebra
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Zebra

From: t-roy
15-Dec-17
I spent some time at the skinning and salting sheds on our safari as well. It was very interesting to me also.

What are the things on the lower left portion in you second pic?

From: drycreek
15-Dec-17
That was my question too Troy. Looks like they cut the hands off of some poachers ! Damn, momma was right, crime doesn't pay ! :-)

From: sleddogpa
15-Dec-17
The things in the one picture are hippo feet. It was taken by a client prior to our arrival. Great story around the camp fire about that hunt.

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15-Dec-17

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Zebra rug in the making

From: Zebrakiller
16-Dec-17

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thanks< I enjoy hanging out at the skinning shed alot of places you never even see it,

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