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Reindeer Antlers

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Antler art a production of 'Constructions'
Antler art a production of 'Constructions' "The works made from reindeer antlers for example, are from Lapland, from the north." The works of reindeer antler may have hailed from northern Norway but

This reindeer has a very shiny leg
This reindeer has a very shiny leg Scott Thomas, a horse trainer who works at the farm, held Holiday's antlers as the leg was fitted. Finally, about two hours later, Nye put layers of socks

Across The Lake
Anyway, it's being attributed to the Alaska Department of Fish and Game which says both male and female reindeer grow antlers each summer, but the males

Scientists probe Neanderthal teeth link
The researchers also found a hammer made of reindeer antler and bones of cave bears bearing cut marks, indicating they were eaten by the Neanderthals,

Stolen Santa
he and his reindeer were mostly hand-made, have been here for years and years. They had been stored until this year when I repaired the antlers and put

Bitter weather may have wiped out reindeer
a number that included only one male that had abnormal antlers and probably was unable to reproduce. Reindeer skeletons littered the tundra.

Polish scientists say 3 Neanderthal teeth found
The researchers also found a hammer made of reindeer antler and bones of cave bears bearing cut marks, indicating they were eaten by the Neanderthals,

A Changing Way of Life for Mongolia's Dukha Reindeer Herders ...

In north central Mongolia, in the taiga along the border with Russia, the Dukha people have lived a nomadic life for generations, roaming with their reindeer herds and hunting to fill in a diet based largely on reindeer milk. A stipend is being paid to families affected, and some have used that money to leave the nomadic life and move to villages where the next generation spends their day with peers in houses and classrooms, instead of with reindeer in tents and forests. Reuters photographer Thomas Peter traveled to Mongolia’s Khovsgol Aimag, near the village of Tsagaannuur, to spend time with several Dukha families, as their traditional culture is facing serious challenges.


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