caribou, often referred to as the King of the Tundra, arbours an
impressive set of antlers when compared to its body size. In fact,
they are the biggest by comparison to any other big game animal
of North America. Your mature bull's rack will stand three to four
feet above its head, will bolster a true forest of tines protruding
in all directions as well as widen to a spread of up to seventy inches.