"Supposedly devoted to hunting and nature, the museum celebrates animals through the joy of slaughtering them. Armouries of antique firearms lead to entire menageries of mounted heads. Paintings on the same theme decorate the walls. An exhibit invites us to identify birds by their song, presumably as an aid to shooting the edible ones. Elsewhere, sliding drawers in a series of elegantly designed cabinets display clay impressions of spoor and other signs of animals in the wild. Need to know what wolf droppings look like? Seek no further."No, indeed. And I wouldn't attempt a Google search either.
Travel Today's Observer has a father/daughter potter around Marais in Paris which includes the utterly macabre Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature: