Hi! My name is Ms. Woodward. Please travel with me to Nova Scotia to study Climate Change and Mammals!

Monday, February 22, 2010

Change in Plans

Today I received an email from Earthwatch letting me know that my team trip was canceled. There weren't enough volunteers for those dates. So, I was able to chose another date for the same trip. I will be going to Nova Scotia from April 11 - April 24.

OK, here's the newest question for you. I may have the opportunity to see one of these mammals while in Nova Scotia. This mammal has the largest set of antlers of any animal in the world (I got this from a book on Nova Scotia). What mammal am I talking about?


At February 24, 2010 at 7:39 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

The animal that has the longest antlers is the now extinct Irish Elk. The Irish Elks antlers were 14 feet across and weighed 100 pounds.



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