What Are Antlers Made of?

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Antlers are the horn-like, deciduous growths found on the head of animals like deer and elks and are usually branched and elongated. They are actually made of true bone which is covered by an outer velvet covering. It is nourished by blood which flows to the outer velvet covering.
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