Sunday, 25 October 2015

Wrong Sort Of Elk, Rex….

…that’ll teach you to rely on image bank labelling:

A group of hunters thought they were great shots when they killed a couple of elk but they were really just buffoons.
It turned out the animals were actually in a zoo at the time, according to The Local.
The group somehow managed to fire through a barrier at the enclosure after their dogs tracked the elk in Norway.
‘Elk’ in Norway are moose.


Anonymous said...

Most amoosing! What the elk were they thinking?

The Jannie said...

Elk in Norway are caribou. They look a bit like red deer to me but there will be an expert along shortly.

jaamiller said...

Moose is the term in North America. Elk are (essentially) the same creature, but in Europe. Caribou (NA) are reindeer (Europe).

Furor Teutonicus said...

And those in the photo are reindeer.

JuliaM said...

"What the elk were they thinking?"


"And those in the photo are reindeer."

'fraid not! North American elk (wapiti in some EU countries).