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OOD contributor Justin Hoffman has checked something off his bucket list after documenting some unique antler shedding stories with the help of his trail cameras this past year.
Antlers are grown — and shed — on an annual basis.
…he had unearthed an old pair of elk antlers still partially attached to a skull – an unusual find since elk have not roamed that part of the province…
Antlers, valued at $1.5 million, stolen from Advanced Taxidermy have been recovered and charges laid.
Caledon based Advanced Taxidermy had $1.5 million worth of stag, moose and elk antlers stolen from their shop in the wee hours of August 12.
It takes time and effort to find prized antlers