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    Here is one that is wider than most the biggest can span over 12 feet in width. Ask Charles Darwin or check it out at the Smithsonian.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AKFishOn View Post
    Here is one that is wider than most the biggest can span over 12 feet in width. Ask Charles Darwin or check it out at the Smithsonian.
    The Irish elk, imagine what it would have been like to call one-in and try and spear it!

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    The evolutionary history of deer is pretty wild. I have a book on moose that says that moose in their current form are about 100,000 years old while whitetail deer are 3 MILLION years old. Who knew?
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    No wonder they are extinct, they likely got stuck in the tree's when walking through them and starved to death....!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AKFishOn View Post
    Here is one that is wider than most the biggest can span over 12 feet in width. Ask Charles Darwin or check it out at the Smithsonian.
    Not enough brow tines. I'd let it pass just in case.
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    Imagine how much the cape and horns weighed on those monsters. I bet the meat was real tasty too!
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