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Animals With Horns (Or Antlers) And Hooves, Horned, Hoofs

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A moose on the loose is depicted on this 40 kopeck, March 26, 1957 stamp (Sc #1922) from the USSR's "Fauna " series of 1957-9. Although usually sedentary and slow-moving, moose (Alces alces) can move quickly if disturbed.

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On May 2, the USA issued a 42c postal stationery envelope (Sc #U663) with this elk or wapiti (Cervus canadensis) indica. Envelopes were produced in six configurations: #10 regular and window, #9 regular and window, and #6 3/4 regular and window.

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Here is a 3 litas value (Sc #881) featuring a moose head facing left, from Lithuania's Municipal Coats of Arms series. Stamp depicts the coat of arms of Sirvintos and was issued on October 4, 2008.

From wikipedia, "Sirvintos is a city in Vilnius County in eastern Lithuania...Before WWII the town had an important Jewish community representing one-third of the total population. In September 1941, Jews of the town were murdered in mass executions perpetrated by Germans and Lithuanian collaborators."

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December 26, 2005
The minisheet depicts Arabian Oryx (Oryx leucoryx).
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On September 10, 1994 Lithuania issued this 80 centas value (Sc #499) as a part of its Municipal Coats of Arms series. Arms of the village of Perloja are depicted on the stamp. Perloja, population 784, is located in a forested area in the southern part of the country.

From heraldry-wiki.com, "The arms were described as an European bison with a cross between its horns. The arms were most likely derived from the arms of Kaunas, as Kaunas was the center of the district to which Perloja belonged (in 1792)."

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Here is the 72 p value (SG # 2682) from Great Britain's November 7, 2006 Christmas set of six, self-adhesive stamps. Stamp depicts a reindeer among decorated trees.

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This March 11, 1976 stamp (Sc #587) of Liechtenstein depicts a glazed, ceramic European mouflon (Ovis aris musimon). It is the lower value in Liechtenstein's handicraft-themed, two-stamp EUROPA set.

From wikipedia, "The European mouflon is the westernmost and smallest sub-species of mouflon. It was originally found only in the Mediterranean islands of Corsica and Sardinia, but has since been introduced into many other regions of Europe."

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