The Elk, p.24.

[Three Hundred Animals Contents]

IS twice as big as a Hart, and bigger than a horse in Norway and Sweden. His horns spread into large broad palms, and he has an excrescence under the throat, the use of which has not yet been explained. He lives in forests, upon branches and sprouts of trees, and is an inhabitant of Europe, Asia, and America. 

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