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JACKSON, Wyoming - 21 June 2018 - Tourists look at one of the four arches made of the antlers of Elk in the town of Jackson in Wyomig. The Elk Antler Arches are is made up of around 2,000 antlers. No elk were harmed in the making of the arches. Elk naturally shed their antlers each year and they are collected from the ground. The antlers are then weaved around a steel frame one at a time. There are four elk antler arches guarding the corners of Jackson’s George Washington Memorial Park, more commonly called the Town Square. The town, often mistakenly called Jackson Hole, derives its name from "Jackson Hole", the valley in which it is located. Picture: Ryan Eyer
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JACKSON, Wyoming - 21 June 2018 - Tourists look at one of the four arches made of the antlers of Elk in the town of Jackson in Wyomig. The Elk Antler Arches are is made up of around 2,000 antlers. No elk were harmed in the making of the arches. Elk naturally shed their antlers each year and they are collected from the ground. The antlers are then weaved around a steel frame one at a time. There are four elk antler arches guarding the corners of Jackson’s George Washington Memorial Park, more commonly called the Town Square. The town, often mistakenly called Jackson Hole, derives its name from "Jackson Hole", the valley in which it is located. Picture: Ryan Eyer