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Question by scott roeser. Uploaded on January 20, 2009
Sort of... They shed the outer covering leaving the core.
Pronghorn antelope do shed their horn shells every year and grow new ones, so shed hunters may find the black, hollow, fibrous horn sheaths when out antler hunting.
Im so proper taylor...
like the other answers, yes. the bucks usually drop their horns well before Thanksgiving up here in MT. because they are comprised of hair, they deteriorate quickly and are popular with bugs and rodents.
I use to guide for them in NE Colorado, we use to find them all the time. Kind of a different texture, pretty cool.
Short answer: yes.
I did not know that, thanks for the information.
so yes and no, right?
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