Major Percy Horace Gordon Powell-Cotton, was an explorer, hunter and early conservationist. Between 1896 - 1939 he amassed an extraordinary collection of animals, brought back from his travels, potentially creating the largest collection of game ever shot by one man. Powell Cotton was a pioneer in the use of dioramas to display mounted mammals. At the Powell Cotton museum, his extensive collection of some of the world earliest diorama taxidermy are housed, along with many artefacts representing the cultures and traditions of the locations Major Powell-Cotton visited during his lifetime.
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