Antler question

Discussion in 'Homesteading Questions' started by MN Mom, Nov 21, 2003.

  1. MN Mom

    MN Mom Well-Known Member

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    Bought these at a local thrift store, was thinking they were Elk when I bought them but am leaning towards Reindeer now. Can anybody shed some light on my problem?

    www.geocities.com/sosweet.geo/antler.JPG
     
  2. Highground

    Highground Well-Known Member

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    Yep, those were Rudolph's. :D
     

  3. Mike in Pa

    Mike in Pa Well-Known Member

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    "Shed" some light huh? :haha:

    The link won't come up ... goes to geocities but says it's unavailable.
     
  4. Highground

    Highground Well-Known Member

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    Right click the link.
    Left click "PROPERTIES"
    Copy and paste the address.
     
  5. MN Mom

    MN Mom Well-Known Member

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    goatlady Well-Known Member Supporter

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    MnMom, those are Raindeer antlers - young one at that. Good buy.
     
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    Yup, I agree with the lady.
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  9. I might be showing my ignorance, but I thought reindeer were European, domesticated by the Laplanders.Caribou, both tundra and woodland subspecies , are North American, and wild.Maybe some one can clarify that