Antlers. Deer have pronged antlers. Moose have Palmate antlers.
No. Only the bull moose grow antlers.
Moose are the largest members in the deer family. Deer are the only family who have antlers (antlers are shed annually, where horns are not).
No cattle have antlers. They have horns. You could be thinking of moose or elk, which are part of the deer family and have antlers.
It could be: * moose * elk * caribou * wapiti * raindeer
A male Moose antlers are normally 120-150cm across with the tines measuring 10-30cm long.
Moose don't have horns. They are antlered mammals, much like elk or deer. The difference between horns and antlers is that antlers will typically be grown and fall off annually, whereas horns will grow only once. There are several reasons that moose have antlers. First, when the antlers grow and develop in the warmer months of the year, the antlers are covered in a fine velvet that is soft to the touch. Underneath the velvet flows a system of arteries and veins that circulate blood throughout the antlers. this acts as a cooling mechanism for the moose, keeping it cool in the hot months of summer. When the weather begins to cool down in fall, the moose will shed their velvet, with much bleeding, in order to turn their antlers into weapons. using trees and other objects as sharpening devices, moose peel the velvet from their antlers and sharpen their antlers in order to use them as a defense against predators and as a tool for finding a mate.
An antler is a bony structure on the head of deer, moose, and elk, which are usually grown and shed each year.
While they on his head, the antlers of a 1200 pound moose probably weigh about 50 pounds. (The hide may be close to 200 pounds.) When the horns dry out, they might weigh 40 pounds.
No. They have antlers, not horns.
moose horns are brown
Moose don't have horns.
Thidwick eats moose moss. Thidwich is a moose who allowed other animals to live on his antlers. He leaves them behind when he shed his horns.
The antlers defend the moose.
Antlers are bone horns are not bone they are carotine like finger-nails
the difference is that antlers will fall off, where as horns won't
Only males really have antlers.
no, they dont have antlers
Yes, but they are antlers, not horns. Horns on cattle and other ungulates are not shed like antlers are.