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How Much Does an Elk Weigh?

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An adult male elk, called a bull, can weigh up to 1,000 lbs. A female, called a cow, can weight up to 800 lbs. Most babies, called calves, weigh around 35 lbs when they are born.
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An elk can weigh to about 700 to 1,200 lbs.
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Elk is a large species of the deer family. Mature bulls will range in weight from 800 to 1000 pounds,
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On average, a typical Male Elk/Moose can stand from 6-7ft (1.8-2.1m) and weigh typically 380-720kg (850-1580lbs) The largest of all is the Alaskan species, where Males stand at about
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A bull rock mountain elk may grow to 5 feet at the shoulder and weigh from 600 - 1200 pounds. Antlers can spread 6 feet and weigh 50 pounds.
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