Wild Deer matings Accoppiamenti in natural

Wild Deer matings Accoppiamenti in natural

Your love for the Nature will keep growing when growing is your knowledge on it, with your love which is paid back by important satisfactions. This video is a step in the mysterious world of mating, among different species. A world difficult to meet, and for this teasing and fascinating. And so, have a good trip!

The population of elk herds in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem is about 40,000 individuals. There are 9,000-13,000 elk in the Teton herd, which migrate south from the southern parts of Yellowstone National Park and west from the Shoshone and Bridger-Teton National Forests to spend their winters on the National Elk Refuge. The population of Cervus canadensis is increasing and listed as Least Concern on the IUCN Red List.

The elk is the second-largest wild herbivore, or cervid, after the moose. The Roosevelt’s elk, Tule elk, Rocky Mountain elk, and the Manitoban elk are four of the six North American subspecies that still exist in the wild, while the Eastern and the Merriam’s Easter elk subspecies are extinct.

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Elk are popular as hunting game, while its meat is a specialty in some restaurants and stores, and its antlers are used in novelty items and traditional East Asian medicine. Although some herds suffer from infectious disease, the general population is increasing and listed as Least Concern on the IUCN Red List.

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