A Michigan high school in Croswell is offering a taxidermy course for the first time, and it's a big hit.
Sixty students enrolled in its first two sections, and about a dozen had to be turned away.
Each student in the class is asked to bring in an animal that he or she hunted, trapped or found dead.
Road kill counts.
In Mieyah Brenton's case, the red-bellied woodpecker the senior worked on was a gift from the family cat.
According to Brenton, a lot of people think the class is gross.