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  • American Elk Skull
    Cervus canadensis, The American elk, also known as Wapiti after the Algonquin word for "white rump", is found through much of the western North America with scattered populations in the north and eastern. Elk are strict herbivores and will graze of grasses as well as browsing on shrubs and saplings...
  • American Moose Skull (Female)
    Alces alces, Moose, native to northern Eurasia and North America, are the largest members of the deer family Cervidae. Male moose, called bulls, are considerably larger than females and possess massive antlers that are used in sparing and mating battles. Like most deer species, females lack antlers...