Odd Color from infared

saskdeersaskdeer Junior MemberRegistered Users 50 Posts
At contract hunt and switched to rifle

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  • Duck76Duck76 Advanced Member Registered Users 909 Posts
    saskdeer wrote: »
    At contract hunt and switched to rifle

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    Never heard of a moose with green antlers. But considering St Patrick's day is Thursday, maybe that was intentional.
    Or it could have moss or mold on their antlers.
    Should have put piebald moose with rainbow antlers in it.
  • Chris-Old GeezerChris-Old Geezer Experienced Member Registered Users 247 Posts
    This fun fact has been here since the beginning.

    The Buffaloe with phorscent horns look neat

    The caribou don't seem as cool

    Wolves---- teeth glow

    Chris
  • Chris-Old GeezerChris-Old Geezer Experienced Member Registered Users 247 Posts
    Go back to page 12 "animals with green horns "


    Chris
  • JohnMJohnM New Member Registered Users 48 Posts
    OK. That's neat. Now I know how to make green horns. Got screen shots of them. Now to kill one and screen shoot.
  • Duck76Duck76 Advanced Member Registered Users 909 Posts
    I wouldn't want to eat moose with green horns. Their meat is probably green. Might be poisonous. Won't taste like chicken or moose. Now if Chris wants to hunt moose with green horns or wolves with green teeth, that is his problem.
    On Thursday, those animals won't get pinched, but if you are asinine to do that, you won't survive long enough to learn what bit you in the a**.
    Maybe the Canadian government needs to investigate why their caribou, moose and wolves have green body parts. Hey Chris, stick to hunting here in the US. At least there aren't animals with green body parts here.
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