Muskox: Cute, Cuddly and Powerful

These long haired, prehistoric looking mop-tops are a heard animal that generally appears lovingly docile.

These long haired, prehistoric looking mop-tops are a heard animal that generally appears lovingly docile. But check out the power displayed in this Animal Planet video clip! We often have a chance to admire muskox on the Firth, Horton and Burnside Rivers.

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