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Elk calf touches chin to flank of its mother. Seeds are visible in the calf’s fur, probably the invasive houndstongue, Cynoglossum officinale, adapted to spreading by clinging to mammal fur. Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, © David A. Ponton
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AMERICAN ELK
Elk calf touches chin to flank of its mother.  Seeds are visible in the calf’s fur, probably the invasive houndstongue, Cynoglossum officinale, adapted to spreading by clinging to mammal fur. Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, © David A. Ponton