[pagebreak] Consider the case of the famous Andrew Daum buck, a Colorado muley taken in 1886 that scored 3045/8 points and was the first non-typical world record for that species registered under the Boone and Crockett Club's current scoring system. While on exhibit at New York City's Bronx Zoo in 1974 as part of the B&C; traveling trophy collection, the Daum rack and a dozen others were stolen. Twenty-four years later, in 1998, a taxidermist returned the rack to B&C; headquarters. How the taxidermist came across the Daum buck is still a mystery; B&C; officials, grateful for the return of one of their heirloom trophies, asked no questions. The Daum rack, which now ranks 17th on the all-time list, is currently on display with much of the B&C; collection at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody, Wyo. The dozen other trophies are still missing.