Frosty bull moose on the sage
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Grand Teton National Park provides great habitat for moose (Alces alces), and they are relatively abundant in the area. Nonetheless it's a great treat to see one. This is a mature bull (male), but his antlers (regrown each fall for the mating season, and shed each winter)are not as impressive as they are likely to be as he ages. Both male and female moose sport a flap of skin under their lower jaw called a "bell." The size and shape of bells varies widely, this guy has one of the longest, thinnest bells I've ever seen.
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