The fabulous Jackalope of Wyoming, also known as the Jackelope, or
Jack-o-lope, was first sighted by lonesome cowboys while they were singing
songs around their campfires. To find a mounted Jackalope head is extremely
rare since it has been illegal to hunt them for quite some time.
Nowadays hunters covet the very limited hunting permits issued to hunt
the fabulous Wyoming Jackalope. However, the hunters are only allowed to
take the male of the species.
Since the male and female Jackalope look alike from a distance, the
hunting permit is valid only if hunting is done with a slingshot using stun
pellets. After the Jackalope is stunned, the lucky hunter must perform a close
visual inspection to determine the sex of the stunned Jackalope. In order to
increase the further propagation of the species the female Jackalope must be
Now you can own one of these fine rare Jackalopes. It also makes a
wonderful gift. Thanks, Dr. Jack A. Lope
Full body standing Jackalope. He's about
18-23 inches high. $249.00 with free
shipping in the USA.
Please note: All mounted Jackalopes are professionally done in the USA by a
taxidermist. The pictures are file photos and yours will be slightly different. However,
each is guaranteed to have at least two prongs on each real antler.
Click on a picture to see a larger image and to order.
This is a buck and doe taxidermy mount with
the doe snugling the buck. Usually $259.95
with free shipping.
Now on sale for $209.95
Great for Valentine's day.
The pheasalope or flying Jackalope is a cross
between a Jackalope and a pheasant. This is a
result of the long winter nights in Wyoming.
Usually $249.95 with free shipping in the USA.
On sale now for $199.95
Buy a Jackalope here. Jackalope taxidermy mounts, The Jackalope. Real or mythical?
You be the judge. The Jackalope, Jack hare, Jacka rabbit, Jackelope, Jackolope, Jack-o-
lope, Jack-a-lope or Jackalop, however you spell it has been studied by the scientific
community over the past 400 years. The first sitings were in Germany in the sixteen
hundreds. Since then it has been proven that the unusual horned protrusions on the animal
were caused by a rare carcinoma, (maybe). If you encounter the rare fabulous Jackalope
you should be advised not to approach it as it has been known to attack without warning!
Here is our Jackalope on Pine. Yes, they
have real antlers, not plastic resin fake
Usually $199.95 with free shipping.
Now on sale now for $179.00.
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