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B.Dazzle Elk Scramble Squares

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The Elk or wapiti (Cervus Canadensis) is one of the largest species of the deer family in the world and one of the largest land mammals found in North America and eastern Asia. Early European explorers in North America, who were familiar with the smaller red deer of Europe, thought that the larger North American animal resembled a moose and consequently gave it the name elk, which is the common European name for moose. Moose are larger and darker than elk. Elk gather in herds, while moose are solitary. Female elk average 500 to 530 pounds (225 to 241 kg), stand 4.3 feet (1.3 meters) at the shoulder, and are 6.9 feet (2.1 meters) from nose to tail. Male elk are approximately 40% larger than females at maturity, weighing an average of 710 to 730 pounds (320 to 331 kg), standing 4.9 feet at the shoulder and averaging 8.0 feet (2.45 meters) from nose to tail. The largest of the subspecies of elk is the “Roosevelt elk” (roosevelti), found west of the Cascade Mountain Range in the northwestern U.S. states in California, Oregon and Washington and in the Canadian province of British Columbia

 

 

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