LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- A Las Vegas museum is looking for names for some new furry friends being added to its collection.

Friends of the Nevada State Museum, a group that raised money for the museum, recently bought six taxidermy animals and is asking the public to vote on the names. The animals include a bear, ringtail cat, porcupine, American river otter, badger and a kit fox.

Friends of the Nevada State Museum, a group that raised money for the museum, recently bought six taxidermy animals and is asking the public to vote on the names.

Based on public input, the group will create a shortlist of possible names. Museum visitors can cast their ballot for their favorite name at the museum through June 27.

The museum is open 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday through Sunday, and tickets are required. They can be purchased online.

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Nevermore

I would prefer to see an actual live animal rather than a dead stuffed animal.

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