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    looking for a source for exotic animal patterns. I am working with a taxidermist and need all of the animal patterns I can find

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    Hi Linda,

    I did a search in Google and I think you might find some there. I don't know what patterns you are looking for, isit like a portrait. If yes, ask at this site: http://groups.msn.com/scrollsawportraits

    Mike M

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