These are Himalayan Bull Tahr skins in their winter coats. They are unique to New Zealand . They are found in the Southern Alps of the South Island in NZ and are classed as a pest animal by the NZ Department of Conservation. They are hunted for recreation and for their meat. They look great hung on a wall or over a chair or sofa. They can be put on the floor as well although walking on them will break off hairs overtime. They measure approx.
1.4 m x 1.2m.