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Most immediate is the prospect of 3,500 new gas wells planned on federal land at the southern end of the pronghorn’s migratory path.
Riis spent about a decade tracking, in photos, the migrations of elk, mule deer and pronghorn across the Yellowstone region.
Deer, elk and pronghorn in stages of transformation Lutz’s studio is tucked into one half of a massive pole barn on a flat piece of land outside Lander.
The desert expanse serves as a migration corridor for mule deer and pronghorn, as well as habitat for imperiled species, such as the sage grouse, hoary bat and flowering White River catseye.
There are populations of wolves, black and grizzly bears, deer, elk and pronghorn antelope ranging freely, some crossing from nearby Yellowstone Park.
The hills were literally painted in orange, yellow and blue with pronghorns dancing in between.
This strategy led some animals, like pronghorns, to essentially wrestle (watch a video), whereas others, like sheep, ram their opponents.
But people’s suggestions on Twitter include an electrical plug, a trident and a pronghorn.
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Definition of pronghorn for English Language Learners
: a large animal of western North America that looks like an antelope
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