Taxidermy and hunting go hand in hand when it comes to hunters wanting wildlife trophies, created by professional taxidermists, of their score in South Africa. Taxidermy has been identified as an art form in South Africa in which professional taxidermists make use of the art techniques used in taxidermy by professional taxidermists in order to create a hunter trophy of the animal which was shot during the process of hunting.
Hunting is a very popular sporting activity in South Africa which occurs regularly as hunters enjoy the experience which hunting gives to them. Hunters seek the services of professional taxidermists and taxidermy in which to make their catch into a hunting trophy so that proof can be seen and the hunter can brag at his taxidermy model, created by a professional taxidermist, of the animal which he shot.
Taxidermy is the process whereby a living organism is preserved after death by professional taxidermists. Taxidermy is a highly advanced activity as preservation techniques and knowledge herein needs to be acquired in taxidermy by the professional taxidermists so the animal which has undergone taxidermy will have a long life after the professional taxidermist has finished working on it.