American elk

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Synonyms for American elk

large North American deer with large much-branched antlers in the male

common deer of temperate Europe and Asia

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The resort includes a fresh and all-natural menu selection, with main entrees, such as fire roasted poblano chili relleno, coriander crusted chicken and molasses seared North American elk, enticing guests each evening.
You can touch a giraffe, get up close and personal with buffalo, and see many other lesser-known animals -- like Yakatusi, Nilgai, Rhea, Black Buck Antelope, Watusi, and North American Elk.
Mature bulls, about 7-8 years old, can produce between 30 to 40 pounds of velvet each year, according to the North American Elk Breeders Association website.
White-tailed deer, American elk, and European red deer are all known carriers of B.
Allen Moczygemba, Beef Today/Dairy Today, Fredricksburg, Texas; and Rebecca Terry, North American Elk, Platte City, Mo.
The Investment Arms limited-edition guns included the American Elk Hunter, the American Bald Eagle, the Harry Carey Jr.
Once abundant throughout temperate North America, the North American elk, or wapiti, were slaughtered for food, leather, and sport when European explorers set out to conquer America.
Elk are the preferred targets; and some North American elk farms are now collecting shed antlers for export to China, alleviating the pressure on some populations.
The North American Elk Foundation and Wyoming's Game and Fish Department will help fund the preparation work.
This additional find, combined with the infrequency of elk finds in Texas, appears to support Pfau's hypothesis that the American Elk was only an occasional transient into northern Texas.
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