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Canida continues her taxidermy projects with a “mouse mouse” it’s a computer mouse with an outer mouse covering. I’ll repeat her warning: “This project involves taxidermy, dremels, and sometimes graphic pictures of dead animals. While there are no guts in this tutorial, viewer discretion is still advised.” If you are offended by this entire idea don’t visit the instructables project page, thanks. Link.

Other animal peripherals:

  • Microsoft wireless mouse with black leather – Link.
  • Formula One leather mouse mat – Link.

Phillip Torrone

Editor at large – Make magazine. Creative director – Adafruit Industries, contributing editor – Popular Science. Previously: Founded – Hack-a-Day, how-to editor – Engadget, Director of product development – Fallon Worldwide, Technology Director – Braincraft.


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  1. Sally599 says:

    Not that I haven’t killed a few mice and therfore have no moral objections to this but eeew, why would you want that much contact with a dead mouse, ick. Normally I glove up and use tongs to move them trap and all to the waste, eeew. Hopefully there is a disinfection step especially for anyone in the southwest, Hanta virus you know.

  2. volkemon says:

    “discretion is still advised. If you are offended by this entire idea don’t visit the instructables project page, thanks.”

    Suppose they did neglect to mention comments….

    Now to enjoy the rest of my dead cow sandwitch.

  3. mfryer100@hotmail.com says:

    Now thats cool. No its not, it just plain wrong. But its still cool. I just can’t decide.

  4. Sally599 says:

    Trust me…I didn’t visit the instructables page and while I respect the fact that they posted this here I still find it icky and I needed to share. Now back to my dead pig sandwich. mmmm bacon…

    Luckily this is the net and rationality isn’t a prereq.

  5. rey says:

    great post!

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