The Museum of Comparitive Zoology is a fresh new venture dedicated to reproducing skulls, skeletons and mounts of the highest quality.

MOCZA has access to three major private collections of animal skulls, skeletons, reproductions and mounts numbering in the thousands, and specialising in Australian specimens.

MOCZA staff have more than 100 years of combined experience in collecting, taxidermy, osteology, moulding, casting, museum displays and collection management.

Their policy is to acquire specimens ethically that doesn’t involve hunting and trapping. All specimens in the collection have died of natural causes or euthanasia.

A Thylacoleo carnifex skull, Australia's marsupial lion.

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