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antler

(ănt′lər)
n.
One of a pair of hornlike, bony, deciduous growths, often elongated and branched, on the head of an adult member of the deer family, usually found only on males.

ant′lered adj.
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Antlers are a sexual phenomenon found only on deer.
Antlers for dogs without the velvet also have some nutritional content, but a majority of it is found in the velvet.
One deer was discovered with its antlers missing, and another severed head was found in woods near Abergele Hospital, Conwy.
Jim Justice and officials with the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources met today with a 16-year-old who recently unearthed an elk antler at a Wildlife Management Area in Logan County.
Because regulations for possessing antlers vary from state to state, check your local wildlife regulations before acquiring them.
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If you lack a vested interest in the antler size of bucks in the future, perhaps your decision won't impact the quality of your hunting.
People sometimes ask me why I hunt cast-off antlers. "Can't eat 'em, so why hunt 'em?" asked one buddy.
Instead we are going to discuss one of the fastest growing topics in the hunting field -- collecting shed antlers.