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Dead 'Star Wars' squirrels duel with lightsabers

What hard-core "Star Wars" collector can resist two stuffed squirrels fighting with lit lightsabers? May the fur-ce be with you, indeed.

Some squirrels are just stronger with the Force than others. Teeters' Taxidermy Studio

If you're the kind of "Star Wars" fan who collects anything and everything to do with a galaxy far, far away, this eBay listing might be right up your alley.

Check out a taxidermy mount featuring two "Star Wars" squirrels fighting to the death -- well, they're already dead -- with lightsabers that actually light up.

The squirrels are dressed in Jedi robes and wield removable light-up lightsabers. The taxidermy mount measures 25 inches (a little over half a meter) tall. We assume one squirrel is a Jedi and the other has clearly gone to the dark side. Why else be dressed in black holding a red lightsaber?

The geeky taxidermy mount by professional taxidermists at Teeters' Taxidermy Studio in Halifax, Penn., goes for a whopping $600 (about £400 or AU$790) plus shipping and handling costs.

If Jedi aren't your thing and you'd rather see a dead squirrel pose as a Time Lord next to a Tardis, or as an unlucky Red Shirt ensign from "Star Trek," the taxidermists at Teeters' Taxidermy Studio are open to suggestions. Currently, they also list taxidermy squirrels in a hockey game brawl and dancing in a ballet.

"We do completely customized squirrel mounts, whatever you can think of," Teeters' Taxidermy Studio posted on its eBay page. "If you have an idea of an awesome squirrel mount you can give us a call and we can give you an estimated quote of what one would cost you."

If anyone takes them up on their offer of a "Game of Thrones" squirrel wedding or an "Avengers" battle using furry critters, let us know.

What's the midi-chlorian count in a squirrel, exactly? Teeters' Taxidermy Studio