BOISE -- John Pedersen's middle school science class at Riverstone International School is much furrier and a bit different than most.
That's because taxidermy animals cover the classroom's walls and floor.
Mr. Pedersen uses the mounts to teach wildlife forensics, and says they help him show students how to solve crimes against wildlife, especially endangered species.
An unusual feature: there's even a 7-foot-tall Sasquatch in the corner of Pedersen's classroom.
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