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Pronghorn skeleton
At least I think it's a pronghorn - - it seems too small for an elk calf. There were a lot of bones in the area, clearly it's good hunting for the local carnivores. In the Turkey Pen Creek drainage near Rattlesnake Butte, Yellowstone NP, late September 2007.

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Arthur DigbeeSubmitted by Arthur Digbee
on Oct 3, 2007 1:26 pm

Image ID: 343776
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Lat/Lon: 45.01342°N / 110.6446°W
Object Title: Pronghorn skeleton

Image Type(s): Wildlife