Baby Elk
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Elk, Wapiti, Red Deer (Cervus elaphus), although elk were once found throughout much of the Northern Hemisphere, today large populations are found only in the western United States from Canada through the Eastern Rockies to New Mexico, and in a small region of the northern lower peninsula of Michigan. They are also found in Alaska. . Elks range in color from dark brown in winter to tan in summer and have a characteristic buff colored rump. Elk feed on grasses, in summer and woody growth in the winter months. They are very social animals and live in summer herds with as many as 400 individuals. Elk browse in the early morning and late evening. They are inactive during the day and the middle of the night. Elk have a close association with white-tailed deer, sharing similar environments and similar habitats. This is a brand new baby still trying to stand on wobbly legs.

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