The Sierra College Natural History Museum does not find it hard to get a head. There are over 70 animal head-mounts and 140 skulls on exhibit.
From the ceiling:
Among the exhibits hanging down from the ceiling are: A complete 38 foot long California Gray Whale skeleton, a Narwhale skull replica, a Bowhead whale baleen plate, and a complete Manatee skeleton.
Also, journey back into California’s past and get a glimpse of what was swimming in and flying over our Mesozoic sea - models of a life-size Thalattosaur, Mosasaur, Plesiosaur, and Pterodon.
On the walls:
North American Mammals:
Featuring: Mountain Lion, Gray Wolf, Bison, Musk Ox, Caribou, Pronghorn, Mountain Goat, Moose, Elk, and various deer.
South American Mammals:
Features: Armadillo, Collared Peccary, Tapir, Jaguar, Whitetail Deer, Pampus Deer, Taruca, Brocket, and a Three-toed Sloth hanging from the ceiling.
Over 30 wall-mounts: Elephant, White and Black Rhinoceros, Hippopotamus, Cheetah, Elephant, Bush Pig, Wart Hog, Cape Buffalo, Giraffe, and various old world antelope.
This wall displays a: Fallow Deer, Chamois, Ibex Goat, Four-horned Sheep, a Goat, and a Wild Boar. Also displayed on this wall is a skull replica of an extinct Irish Elk with our own extinct North American Stag Moose above it has a comparison of antler size extremes.
In this corner of the museum a full-size Snow Leopard watches over a Chinese Pangolin, Black Buck, Himalayan Tahr and a plethora of deer consisting of a: Barking, Hog, Pere David’s, Roe, Axis, Sambar, and Sika Deer. A Binturong can be found to the left of the European Mammal wall scaling a tree.
Featuring a Sawfish snout, Walrus head, Green Sea and Hawksbill turtles and Narwhale skull replica.