THE CLOAKED ELK

The Cloaked Elk

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The Cloaked Elks are most common in cold, northern climates. The thick, long hair on their chest, withers and back make this elk seem as if it is wearing a long cloak, and thus came the name. Cloaked Elks are big, nearly 2 peds at the withers, and 1.5 from chest to tail. While their antlers are large, they are not the biggest, only 2/3 ped square. The Cloaked Elk can endure extreme temperatures, due to its thick fur. Picture drawn by Bard Judith.