On the West Coast, near Franz Josef Glacier I came across this impressive
arch made of deer antlers. It spanned some gates.

Below are some drawings showing different sorts of antlers. Whenever I am in
Fiordland, which has been quite often over the last few months, I
hope that it is true that there are still some survivors of the 10 Canadian moose that were released there in 1910. Recent dna analysis of hair found caught in branches in 2002 looks promising. A moose cow was shot by a hunter in 1951. He was subsequently remorseful.