Dezeen's top ten: our latest top ten features the most popular Dezeen stories about designs inspired by, created for or made of animals.
1: Most popular is London designer Roger Arquer's series of conceptual mousetraps (above) that are intended “only to catch mice, not to kill them”.
3: Lighting and furniture designed for the Vondelpark in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, by Landscape architect Anouk Vogel and architect Johan Selbing.
4: Jewellery and sculpture pieces based on Victorian taxidermy by London artist Kelly McCallum.
5: Ominous by Swedish designer Monica Förster, an installation of metal birds at the Nordic Light Hotel during Stockholm Design Week last month.
6: The Menagerie photoshoot, curated by Dezeen's Marcus Fairs and Rupinder Bhogal.
7: London-based designer Tithi Kutchamuch was inspired to design the Secret Friend range of jewellery pieces with animal-shaped bases following the death of her dog.
8. Animal-shaped radiators by Dutch designer Guus Van Leeuwen.
9: City Dog Adventure by Dutch designer Maartje Dros - a play space for both children and dogs.
10: a collection of rocking toys called Rocky, designed by British designers PearsonLloyd for Spanish brand MO by Martinez Otero.
That concludes our top ten for this month - another coming up in April.
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