First up, I'm guessing the artist felt he needed to fill up the window frame, but must not have known how to scale up the drawings to fit the space. Solution? Extra mid-sections!
Not to totally diss the guy (I saw him working, thus I know his gender), I feel compelled to point out that he's quite good at animal heads. The bodies are another story altogether. Maybe he grew up in a house with a lot of hunting trophies on the walls.
Long Deer must have grown weary of supporting its three mid-sections, so folded up its stick-like legs for a little lie-down.
What I said about the artist being good at animal heads doesn't apply as well to bears, but at least you can tell what it's the head of. The rest of the body is a nightmare. If you look closely at the bear's rod-straight left rear leg, it looks like the bear must be wearing a bear suit that didn't include feet.