We are starting to using wapiti more frequently for “elk” in North America (at least in Canada) in academia because of the confusion.
There is also their scientific names… rangifer tarandus, cervus canadensis, and alces alces.
In Spanish, the words for elk and moose are the same. No difference: “Alce” (which I think was stolen from the scientific name in Latin)
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The only swimmer to have ever won eight medals in a row, in the same event at the World Champs, this week the great Federica Pellegrini hung up her goggles! We look back at the career of one of the worlds most popular and successful swimmers. 🇮🇹 from Swimming
Geometric Signs of Ice Age Europe – meanings unknown from coolguides
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