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As international leaders in superior taxidermy, our team have produced over 150 000 exquisite trophies at the Life-Form studios. With an in-depth understanding of African game and their habitat, our expert craftsmen work with painstaking attention to detail, ensuring that your trophy will be recognised among the finest in the world. 

ELAND

The Eland is the world’s largest antelope which inhabits most of southern Africa. The scientific name of the common eland is Taurotragus oryx, composed of three words: tauros, tragos and oryx. They are sexually dimorphic, with females being smaller than the males and their coats are smooth, a dusty brown in colour, and they have a rough mane.As the males age, their coats become more grey. Common Elands are resistant to quite a few diseases.

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Lord Derby Eland Fullmount – DD168

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Facts

• They only have one offspring
• In contrast to being the largest antelope, eland is also the slowest antelope.
• Eland is domesticated in Africa for meat and milk.

Taxidermy

Thorough preparation is the key factor to ensuring a high-quality final product. All hides are tanned and oiled using the world’s very best available chemicals and processes to ensure permanence and longevity.Forms are selected to ensure the best fit and posture will be altered to suit you, the client’s preference without additional cost. Natural habitat bases are custom-made for full mount trophies without additional cost.Only the finest materials and 30 years of professional experience are used in defining your trophies in a whole new way. The final trophies are almost Life-Formed. When the restoration is required, every effort is made to repair cuts and abrasions, and to minimise bullet damage. Natural scarring is kept unless otherwise requested.

Habitat

Elands reside in Southern Africa and along the Southern African plateau. They inhabit grasslands, sub-deserts, bush velds and other drier areas, as they like to feed on shrubs commonly found in those areas, while they tend to avoid swamps, wetlands and forests. They require a high-protein diet that they get from leaves, roots and berries.