⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'Taxidermist' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   a taxidermist | taxidermists
SYNO animal stuffer | stuffer | taxidermist
taxidermistTierpräparator {m}
taxidermistPräparator {m}
Ausstopfer {m} [von Tieren]
taxidermist [female]Tierpräparatorin {f}
Taxidermist {m} [fachspr.]
taxidermist [female]
Taxidermistin {f} [fachspr.]
taxidermist [female]
Ausstopferin {f} [von Tieren]
taxidermist [female]
Präparatorin {f}
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • The specific name, "mackloti", is in honor of naturalist and taxidermist Heinrich Christian Macklot.
  • Benjamin Leadbeater (12 January 1773 – 22 March 1851) was a British naturalist, ornithologist and taxidermist.
  • Born in Dresden, Havekost was the son of a sculptor and a taxidermist.
  • After serving as a taxidermist at Henry Augustus Ward's Natural Science Establishment in Rochester, New York, he spent 1.5 years, 1877–1878 in India and Ceylon collecting specimens.
  • Taxidermist Walter Potter was a native of Bramber, and is buried in its churchyard.
  • Jane Catharine Tost (1817-1889) was an Australian taxidermist.
  • Ward‘s father was Edwin Ward, a taxidermist. Edwin's brother was noted taxidermist Rowland Ward.
  • Alfredo Salafia (November 7, 1869 – January 31, 1933) was a Sicilian embalmer and taxidermist of the 1900s.
  • David James Schwendeman (December 5, 1924 – November 26, 2012) was an American taxidermist.
  • Brown was a taxidermist for 20 years prior to co-founding the Loretto, Minnesota-based Museum Professionals in 1997.
  • Takeshi Yamada is a Japanese-American artist and rogue taxidermist.
  • The third body is identified as taxidermist Sandra Keller (Barbara Anne Klein).
  • Émile Deville (25 January 1824 – 8 January 1853) was a French physician, naturalist and taxidermist.
  • Louis Dufresne (18 January 1752, Champien, near Peronne – 11 October 1832) was a French ornithologist and taxidermist.
  • A week later, the taxidermist sees Padishah and Potter together in London. Padishah was an eminent Hindu, the diamond was indeed real, but the taxidermist doubts the bird swallowed the diamond.
  • Bellows visits a friend, the taxidermist of the title, in the latter’s home.
  • Daniel B. Smith (July 14, 1792 – March, 1883) was an educator, pharmacist, and taxidermist in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  • Edward Spalding worked as an entomologist and taxidermist; on the expedition he was a zoological collector.
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