Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Are any animals harmed or killed in your acquisition of specimens?

A. ABSOLUTELY NOT! Professor Onslow has dedicated his life and career to understanding and protecting the animal life of our world, and would not harm any creature that was not first trying to harm him. This is why the specimens offered are themselves so unusual: bits of hair, claw, feather, and shed skin, for example.

Q. But some of your higher-priced items are bones of the rare animals. Are you sure that you are really going back in time? Are you really sure the species are dead?

A. We collect only from live or freshly dead specimens. It Ain't Dead 'Til We Say So!



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