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

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Malawi
Endangered Animals
September 30, 2009
Set of four, two stamps depict Sable antelope (Hippotragus niger) and African buffalo (Syncerus caffer).
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Here is a July 5, 1937 pictorial cancel of Cranz, East Prussia, Germany. Stamp shows a bull moose's head. Cranz is now Zelenogradsk, Kaliningrad Oblast, Russia.

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On January 1, 1942 Turkey issued this .50 kurus stamp (Sc #897) depicting Angora goats as a part of its 1942-3 pictorial definitive series.

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This $1.00 value (Sc #1389) of Australia is from the September 28, 1994 "Australian Zoos - Endangered Species" set of seven. Although the subject of the stamp is the family of Asian elephants, a rhinoceros and a pair of giraffes are shown.

The giraffes led to my question, 'Does a giraffe have horns?' From Google, "Giraffe 'horns' are not actually called horns, but 'ossicones' and both female and male giraffe have them. Ossicones are formed from ossified (hardened into bone) cartilage and are covered in skin."




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Kazakhstan
Fauna Ungulates
December 2021
The stamp set depicts Goitered Gazelle (Gazella subgutturosa) and Bactrian Deer (Cervus hanglu bactrianus).
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A pair of European roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) are depicted in a snowy landscape on this February 8, 1997 seventeen franc stamp of Belgium. Stamp publicizes the 'Cantons of the East', the German-speaking area of the country.

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Here is the 50c + 5c value (Sc #B436) from Luxembourg's December 9, 2003 set of four "Wildlife in Fields and Forests" semi-postal stamps. Stamp depicts a pair of European roe deer (Capreolus capreolus), a roebuck and a doe.

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Two of the ten stamps from the USA's July 2, 2003 Arctic Tundra sheet of 37c stamps depict horned animals. Scott #3802d shows a herd of muskox (Ovibos moschatus), and #3802f depicts a herd of caribou (Rangifer tarandus). The sheet is the fifth such item in the "Nature of America" series.


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