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antler

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Animals
antlerant‧ler /ˈæntlə $ -ər/ noun [countable]  HBAone of the two horns of a male deer
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antlerBrains, teeth, and antlers Relative organ size his been calculated as before.When it had finished chewing, it lifted its head, and the light of its antlers dimmed to a discreet glow.The male, as it reaches maturity develops stag-like antlers on and around the front of the head.Sulfide outgrowths that look undeniably like Moose antlers project out from the main mound.The birds of the forest gathered in the antlers of those trees, clustered in the horns.Maybe he would hook Lincoln with one of the antlers.
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