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deciduous horn of a member of the deer family

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The problem is deer antlers might be quite good at breaking off tartar but they are so hard they crack the large molars at the back of the mouth.
An example of this bell-shaped curve and deer antlers occurred a number of years ago under the direction of wildlife biologist Dr.
I was easily able to judge deer antlers and turkey beards from long range, and even used them to locate arrows after shots.
Washington, Dec 6 (ANI): Doe-eyed Abbey Clancy donned deer antlers and little else for a sexy Christmas shot.
AS THE HUNTING season winds down, many hunters and outdoor enthusiasts focus their efforts on finding shed deer antlers.
I've got a lifetime's worth still hanging around my office on deer antlers and such and there's a lifetime of memories connected with them.
Shawn Stevens, 38, was charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm, unlawful possession of elk antlers and unlawful possession of deer antlers.
Venison steaKs cost around pounds 4 to pounds 5, and on on the internet shopping website eBay, deer antlers fetching from pounds 10 a pair - although royal stag antlers can fetch as much as pounds 90.
Red deer antlers have been found as grave goods in some Mesolithic graves in France, Denmark and Sweden (Teviec, Hoedic, Vedbaek, Skateholm: Schulting 1996, 344, fig.
Josh won the task, choosing to style his model's luscious locks into two large deer antlers.
Their current products are animated trailer hitch covers (Hitch Critters), ornamental truck cab mounted Deer Antlers, and electronic gift card keepers, and pet supplies.
The largest set of deer antlers in New York State had "disappeared" from a display at the Erie County Fairgrounds in 1978, and as it turned out, Gumhalter may have been involved.
Recent studies indicate that calcium and phosphorus are by far the two most common minerals in deer antlers, yet there is a long list of other trace elements such as magnesium, sodium, potassium, barium, iron, aluminum, zinc, selenium, strontium and manganese that are needed by deer for optimum growth and health.
SOUTh KOREA: Police yesterday arrested a man who allegedly pocketed enormous profits by passing off cheap deer antlers imported from New Zealand as expensive homegrown items.
Vogel's practice of covering deer antlers in knitted wool, as she does in Dollarville 8 pointer, 2006, is even more emblematic of her concerns.