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        Elk

        Elk (Cervus elaphus) are related to deer, but differ from their kin in several ways. Male elk can reach heights up to nine feet tall, which means they tower over their smaller cousins. Elk commonly recognized by their large antlers, which they shed in March and grow back before the summer mating season.

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