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The biologist and a colleague were on the ground identifying caribou as newborn calves, yearlings, bulls and cows while other biologists were taking pictures of large groups of animals from a de Havilland Beaver.
Of the 140 yearlings unloaded, only 90 were taken off the truck alive.
On the Kenai, a legal bull for Alaska resident hunters must have one of the following: 50-inch antler spread, four or more brow prongs on at least one side, or only a single spike on at least one side, allowing some yearlings to be hunted.
Officials at the Marine Mammal Standing Center said the female yearling had several wounds which are being treated.
The hindquarters of a typical yearling bull moose will weigh around 100 pounds.
A $1.7 million purchase as a yearling, Diamondsandpearls won her only other race with Mike Smith aboard.
Top Quality, who was sired by Quality Road and sold for $280,000 as a yearling, took the one-mile Irish Day by 3¾ lengths in 1 minute, 34.88 seconds.
The Knicks actually possess a sturdy nucleus of young talent, from Kristaps Porzingis to Willy Hernangomez to, inshallah, the Knicks’ yearling point guard, 18-year-old Frank Ntilikina.
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