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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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On November 22, 1974 Chile issued a set of four, 200 escudo stamps, arranged as a se-tenant block, to commemorate the 400th anniversary of the Juan Fernandez Islands. One of these stamps (Sc #455) depicts a domestic goat (Capra aegagrus hircus). These animals were brought to the islands by the Spanish colonizers.

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Musk deer (Kabarga) is a strange deer from Siberia. Nature gave him everything that a real deer should have, he has hooves, he is herbivorous, but he did not get horns. But he has fangs, like a saber-toothed predator
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This March 13, 2008 65c stamp of Germany commemorates the 150th anniversary of the Frankfurt a.M. Zoo. A herd of gnus, or wildebeests is shown.

From brittanica.com, "It is highly gregarious and superbly adapted for migratory existence. Connochaetes taurinus has high shoulders sloping to lower hind quarters, a deep chest, a short neck, and thin legs."

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Here is the 3c value (Sc #273) of Liberia's April 10, 1937 bi-color, engraved, six-stamp set depicting native fauna. Stamp shows a West African dwarf buffalo. This animal has a red brown coat and it grows to a size of 550-700 lbs., making it much smaller than the other African buffaloes.

From wikipedia, "The African forest buffalo (Syncenus caffer nanus), also known as the dwarf buffalo, or the Congo buffalo, is the smallest subspecies of the African buffalo...It is the only subspecies that occurs mainly in the rainforests of central and western Africa with an annual rainfall around 1500 mm (59 inches)."


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On September 1, 1951 Sudan issued this 1 millim official stamp (Sc #O44) as a part of its "Sudanese Views" definitive series. Stamp depicts a male Nubian ibex. It was long thought that the Nubian ibex is a subspecies of the alpine ibex, but DNA testing has proven this view to be in error.

From wikipedia, "The Nubian ibex is a desert-dwelling goat species found in mountainous areas in northern and northeast Africa, and the Middle East."


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Three of the 37 values from French Morocco's pictorial definitive set of 1939-42 depict a goatherd with domestic goats (Caprus aegagrus hircus). Shown here is the 40c stamp (Sc #157).

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Here is a SCF thread on Cattle which all have horns and hooves: http://goscf.com/t/15005

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Here is the 10 + 2 (markka) value Facit #532) from Finland's November 24, 1960 Red Cross semi-postal set of three. Stamp depicts 3 running reindeer.

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