Elk Ivory Teeth

Elk Ivory Teeth
Elk Ivory Teeth
how many ivory teeth does an elk have?

..the teeth we call 'Ivory's' in elk are the 2 upper 'eye' teeth, or 'bridal' teeth... they are separate from the molars and, separate from the incisors in front'
There is one such tooth on each side of the upper jaw.
....2 Ivory's... per elk..... cow or bull,.. except for young calves... they cut those 2 teeth when they are weaned.

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