Yes, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, PETA, is ostensibly against hunted animal taxidermy. Even though taxidermy is performed after the animal has already died, the “stuffed animals” are meant to be displayed as trophies that glorify hunting for sport.
Hunting is no longer a necessity for most people, and serves as a form of cruel entertainment that not only disrupts migration and hibernation patterns, but leaves many animals orphaned or injured.
Stuffing an animal is just as bad as hunting it in the first place, so PETA would definitely have an issue with this. PETA is against any type of animal cruelty, hence why they have so many celebrity endorsements. They are trying to make their message known to a wide audience, and celebrities are a great way to do that. For example, you can frequently hear about how PETA is upset at a certain celebrity for wearing animal fur to an event.
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