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    Ice Age survivor...........

    From the Pleistocene to 2019, they have survived. They have the same sized eyes as an African elephant and the reason their hair slips so easily (drag one for 20 yards and then look at the hide) is to fill a predator's mouth with hair instead of hide. Amazing creatures. Click image for larger version. 

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    Pretty amazing where they thrive as well! Sage is not a fun place to live and they do it so well!
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    Checkout out one of their extinct, related species that used to roam North America:

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tetrameryx





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    I hate it when I get a mouthfull of Hair...Maybe?

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    One of my all time favorite animals
    I go to the Mountains to loose my mind and find my soul.

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    just had me a prairie goat steak for dinner . was delish and not a hair ta be found!
    AS GOES THE CHURCH, SO GOES THE NATION

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    I always say; antelope meat is the caviar of wildlife.
    If you don?t agree you?re doing something wrong.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bonecollector View Post
    I always say; antelope meat is the caviar of wildlife.
    If you don?t agree you?re doing something wrong.


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    biggest thing most folks do wrong is they cut steaks to thin when butchering. then when cooking they cook until steak resembles a piece of coal. then they wonder why it tastes like arse.


    steaks need to be a minimum of 1 inch thick!!!

    when grilling... heat barby to 500.

    throw on steak.

    count to ten ,


    flip . count to ten and serve
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    AS GOES THE CHURCH, SO GOES THE NATION

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    Quote Originally Posted by kidoggy View Post
    biggest thing most folks do wrong is they cut steaks to thin when butchering. then when cooking they cook until steak resembles a piece of coal. then they wonder why it tastes like arse.


    steaks need to be a minimum of 1 inch thick!!!

    when grilling... heat barby to 500.

    throw on steak.

    count to ten ,


    flip . count to ten and serve
    Maybe a little bit longer than a 10 count but everything else is spot on.
    Also, I helps to start with a doe. Marinate with itilian dressing and bread with flour. Follow the above and enjoy.

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    They are a pretty amazing animal! I can?t believe some of the extremes they endure!


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