Watch this big bull elk shed his antler on camera.
Ever see a bull elk shed his antler? Not many have.
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To see an elk, or any animal, shed an antler is pretty rare. They grow them all summer and carry them around for the remainder of the year. Being around to see the exact moment it drops is a really special experience. Getting it on camera… well, check it out.
It appears the elk had a little “phantom antler” syndrome after loosing the shed. He starts to whip his head around as though it were still there.
If the shed hunter wasn’t lucky enough, he actually found the match. That’s a good day!