SO I BOUGHT THIS , THIS WEEKEND

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  1. BADLARRY250

    BADLARRY250 Senior Refuge Member

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    Last Friday night me and a couple friends went out drinking like we do most Fridays. Next morning we go driving into town for some breakfast when we stop at a Rummage sale and see this. Now I was still feeling pretty good from the night before, and needless to say, it didn't take much convincing for me to buy it. The ol lady thinks its "neat" so that's cool. Picture doesn't really do it justice to its size. It just barely fits in the bed of my truck with a cap on it.


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  2. pintail2222

    pintail2222 Elite Refuge Member

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    That has to be one of the smallest buffaloose that I have ever seen. ;)
     
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    num70 Elite Refuge Member

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    The bison's eyes say it all:
    "Uh oh. I think I just got shot by a redneck.
    Sighhhhh...I bet he's gonna screw some antlers to my head and hang me on a wall. Then when his 'ol lady throws him out I'll end up at a rummage sale. "
     
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    widgeon Elite Refuge Member

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    Great find! I've never seen a jackalope full grown.
     
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    Matt Barnard Elite Refuge Member

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    I don't think it's a bison. I think it is a musk ox.
     
  6. BADLARRY250

    BADLARRY250 Senior Refuge Member

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    That's correct, it is a musk ox
     
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    hartfish Elite Refuge Member

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    So it would be a moosk ox?

    Somewhere out there is a taxidermist with a lot of free time on his hands.
     
  8. BADLARRY250

    BADLARRY250 Senior Refuge Member

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    Also a little touch of elk. Notice the light colored patch on top of his head, He had some elk laying around and used it to cover up where the skull plate was
     
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    hartfish Elite Refuge Member

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    So a moosk elx then?
     
  10. BADLARRY250

    BADLARRY250 Senior Refuge Member

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    something like that lol
     

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