"High hunting & fishing in Salzburg"
World Taxidermy Championships bring together the finest taxidermists to display their work in front of an independent jury who judge the best of the entire lot. Not only is this a premiere event for leading taxidermists to display their skills, but it also allows them to share the expertise and knowledge they gain about the animals during their exploits.World Taxidermy Championships includes three different categories of master, professional, and novice. The taxidermists judged best among the master category are awarded the title of Best in the World. Apart from the displays and competition, the event also provides an excellent platform for detailed communication between taxidermists and enthusiasts, on the various aspects of the sport and how it can progress further.
Timings09:00 AM-06:00 PM (expected)
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Participantsupto 1000 Visitors
400 Exhibitors Estimated Count
Category & TypeTrade Show
Environment & Waste
Editions20-23 Feb 2014 26th Edition
21-24 Feb 2013
23-26 Feb 2012View More
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Reed Exhibitions Messe Salzburg AustriaTop Rated 48 events listed
Darya VolodinaMs at Zoological Museum Of M.v. Lomonosov State University Moscow, Russia
Esben HornMr. at 10 Tons Copenhagen, Denmark
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With participation expected from all over the world, a large number of taxidermists are expected to display their skills and compete at the World Taxidermy Championships. With the master class displays being sub divided in 17 more sections while the professional and novice categories have 14 each, the event promises to witness a healthy competition in bulk from the world's finest taxidermists competing for the title of world champion along with the lucrative prizes that come with it. Products displayed in the exhibition will be preserving chemicals, hides, different qualities of stones and glass, clay, mannequins made of wood, wool or wire, tools used in various Taxidermist procedures, mounts, stands, glass boxes, freeze dryers, tanning chemicals, artificial teeth, jaws, beaks, resin and fiber glass specimens of sporting fish and other such objects used in the profession.