EDEN -- Visitors to Walt Prothero's house are immediately greeted by a smorgasbord of North American mammals -- the heads of moose, deer, elk and mountain goats cover the walls of the room just inside the front door.
One room over, the decor takes on a distinct African theme. Zebra skins, elephant tusks and a crocodile skin lie on the floor. An African lion stands, baring its teeth. The walls are covered with the heads of a warthog and various types of exotic sheep and antelope.
Yet another room is adorned with animals from around the world: A snow sheep from Siberia, a Persian gazelle from Iran, four varieties of ibex from Spain, and even a polar bear from the Arctic.
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