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Denali National Park, Alask


Bull caribou are an iconic symbol of the rugged and unforgiving Alaskan wilderness.  Caribou are the only deer in North America where both the male and female animals have antlers.  The antlers of a mature male become amazingly intricate and majestic in late August when they are fully grown; their velvet is then shed in early September.  On a clear day, Mt. Denali towers over the landscape of tundra, rivers, and wildlife.


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North Country Guardian