I was really taken aback by this supermarket I visited in Norway, and immediately grabbed my camera in order to record what I saw. Everyone else was wandering around picking up their shopping completely oblivious to the extras scattered around.
Now, whatever would British health & safety inspectors make of a stuffed polar bear standing on top of a chiller cabinet selling cooked meat and pâté?
Is it a supermarket wanting to be a natural history museum? Did the shopkeeper have so many taxidermy animals that he did not know what to do with them, or did he have a large building full of animals, and decided he would fill the extra space with a shop?
This is a very small selection of the menagerie within the supermarket.
Grab yourself a trolley and wander around the Helgø aisles with me.