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  • But the animals are so unusual that many Saami use the Norwegian word 'elg.'.

    As ice thaws, critical analysis of soundbites dwindles

  • In Norway the moose (called "elg" over there) are a real problem to motorists on the winding roads.

    Fly Fishing with Mr.

  • After the story I posted in November about the boy who saved his sister from an "elg" and then applied WoW skills to saving himself has been swirling around online for a while, I caught an interesting twist in the translation of "elg".

    Elg, elk, moose

  • That's when I saw that people complain about the translation of "elg" into "moose".

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • Confusing as it is, the norwegian word "elg" does NOT correspond to the American "elk", but rather to the heavier moose, as it is correctly written in the article.

    Feign death really works

  • If you look at the pictures, you'll see that the moose and the elg are more similar than the elk and the elg.

    Elg, elk, moose

  • What it shows is that the American "elk" is a different animal with a different spread from the European "elg".

    Elg, elk, moose

  • Looking at the picture of the "elk" in Wikipedia, that looks more like a deer than an "elg".

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • Then somebody in a comment on this blog talked about seeing a herd of 200 "elk" in the US, something which made me pause, as you'd never see a herd of "elg" in Scandinavia.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • The Western Cape's newly elg over their shoulders for political threats as they settled down to the business of governing, provinc Thursday.

    ANC Daily News Briefing


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