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Close up of the bristled, multi-colored coat of a musk ox at the Musk Ox Farm near Palmer, Mat-Su Valley, Alaska. - Stock Image

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Close up of the bristled, multi-colored coat of a musk ox at the Musk Ox Farm near Palmer, Mat-Su Valley, Alaska.

Musk Ox-We saw these in Alaska. They are amazing animals.

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The Muskox (Ovibos moschatus) is a large, shaggy looking arctic animal. Part of the same family as sheep and goats. Its hair is used by Inupiaq to weave very warm clothing.

The Muskox (Ovibos moschatus). The hard mantle on his head is a bone, extending to the horns. It is then covered with layers of protein and keratin, through the years, to create a hard defensive horn and butting cushion, so his brain doesn't get damaged.

Adult Musk Ox Yarn from this animal's wool is the softest, silky yarn ever! Softer than cashmere.

Baby Musk Oxen Are Surprisingly Adorable

Adult Musk Ox Yarn from this animal's wool [Qiviut] is the softest, silky yarn ever! Softer than cashmere.

Closeup Of Muskox Cow Wcalf - Alaska

Close up of Musk ox Mama and baby by Doug Lindstrand - I love Musk Ox. They are amazing animals.

.i don't know why but these cows make me soooooooooooooooooo happy

Now whenever i think about eating a hamburger, I am going to think of these hairy Coo's. cows i can eat!

Bovids  Musk Ox Himalayan Tahr Tukin Mountain by mysunshinevintage, $10.00

Bovids - Musk Ox, Himalayan Tahr, Tukin, Mountain Sheep - Vintage 1980s Book Plate Page

Bovids - Musk Ox, Himalayan Tahr, Tukin, Mountain Sheep - Vintage Book Plate Page

The muskox (Ovibos moschatus, musk ox) is an Arctic mammal of the family Bovidae, noted for its thick coat and for the strong odor emitted by males, from which its name derives. This musky odor is used to attract females during mating season. Muskoxen primarily live in the Canadian Arctic and Greenland,with small introduced populations in Sweden, Siberia, Norway, and Alaska. herd

The Charge, which depicts a herd of muskoxen charging down Arctic wolves, has been highly commended in the 2011 Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition Eric Pierre

Musk ox and baby

Muskox and baby

A young muskox calf and adult on the turndra of Alaska's arctic north slope. DO NOT APPROACH!

A baby bison leaping out of the snow. YOU'RE THE CUTEST THING EVER!

Baby bison.

One of three newborn endangered golden takin calves plays in the snow at the Zoo in Liberec, Czech Republic. The calves were born in January and joined the herd outside in their enclosure on Monday.

Musk Ox (Ovibos moschatus) Bulls by Milo Burcham

Muskox bulls on windswept ridge during Winter on the Seward Peninsula near Nome, Arctic Alaska

Who knew baby Musks could be so cute?

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A baby Musk Ox just a few weeks old.  The infants are able to keep up with their mothers and the rest of the herd just a few hours after being born.

Baby Muskox This is a baby muskox who is just two weeks old. The muskox or musk ox (Ovibos moschatus) is known for its thick coat and the strong odor emitted by the males, from which its name derives.

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