Flaying, or "Skinning", is a process often chosen by a Predator when turning its prey into a trophy. It consists on removing most, if not all, of the skin from the victim's body; this process can be carried out either after death or whilst the prey is still alive. Skinned victims are usually those who were considered easy prey by a Predator. Skinned bodies are routinely hung by the ankles from a height and left behind to intimidate other potential victims.
Known victims who have been skinned: