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This skull was donated to The Wildgoose Memorial Library by a friend of a friend when their much loved horse died of natural causes. It was the first skull to be donated to the collection, along with a ram’s skull with magnificent curling horns which Jane hung over the front door - from where it was almost immediately stolen.
But the horse did not remain alone at the Library for long; over the years it has been joined by a series of further donations of skulls: including a badger, which was offered when it was being de-accessioned from a natural history collection; a goat; two foxes, one of which was found in a friend’s field, and several sheep that were also found in fields - also a mink (which was found in a shop in New York).