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Moose endures arrow in face

A young bull moose with a hunter's arrow stuck in its face stands in the yard of Sig and Arlene Strandberg on October 16, 2013, off Farmers Loop in Fairbanks. The shaft was successfully removed by the Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game two days later.
Sig Strandberg, Sr.
Preparations are made to remove the shaft of the arrow from the face of a moose on October 18, 2013 in Fairbanks. The tip of the arrow had penetrated bone, and was left in the animal.
Tony Hollis
A young bull moose with a hunter's arrow stuck in its face stands in the yard of Sig and Arlene Strandberg on October 16, 2013, off Farmers Loop in Fairbanks. The shaft was successfully removed by the Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game two days later.
Sig Strandberg, Sr.
Preparations are made to remove the shaft of the arrow from the face of a moose on October 18, 2013 in Fairbanks. The tip of the arrow had penetrated bone, and was left in the animal.
Tony Hollis
A young bull moose with a hunter's arrow stuck in its face stands in the yard of Sig and Arlene Strandberg on October 16, 2013, off Farmers Loop in Fairbanks. The shaft was successfully removed by the Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game two days later.
Sig Strandberg, Sr.
Preparations are made to remove the shaft of the arrow from the face of a moose on October 18, 2013 in Fairbanks. The tip of the arrow had penetrated bone, and was left in the animal.
Tony Hollis
Craig Medred