A taxidermist Enrique Gomez de Molina in Miami use random animal parts to create some unique new creatures with few feathers and furs, creating a new kind of evolution.
unfortunately the Miami artist might end up in jail for up to five years and $250,000 in fines by smuggling endangered species parts, skins and remains, from whole cobras, pangolins, hornbills, and the skulls of babirusa and orangutans from areas all over the world including Bali, Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines and China.
The artist pleaded guilty to illegally importing parts from endangered species to make the unique pieces of art after his arrest in November.
“The impossibility of my sculpture brings me both joy and sadness at the same time. The joy comes from seeing and experiencing the Fantasy of the work but that is coupled with the sadness of the fact that we are destroying all of these beautiful things.” by Enrique Gomez De Molina