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|Common Name: ||cannibal trophy hand |
|Scientific Name: ||Remnantiis homo sapien|
Headhunting natives of Papua New Guniea have made the habit of collecting trophy specimens from fallen warriors in the course of their battles.
From skull racks to fingers, this style of trophy collecting has been well documented by anthropologists the world over.
For you dilectation we offer a variety of trophies; from hands and fingers to full skulls.
These specimens are authentically decorated with shells, twine, hair and bones, and are a perfect addition to any display of island culture.
Shown is a trophy hand made from solid cast resin.