Clark the elk nuzzles a donkey before leaving the Upstate for a coastal nature preserve last year. The elk apparently wandered into South Carolina from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, making him the only wild elk in South Carolina.
Clark the elk nuzzles a donkey before leaving the Upstate for a coastal nature preserve last year. The elk apparently wandered into South Carolina from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, making him the only wild elk in South Carolina. Photo courtesy Cydney Phillips
Clark the elk nuzzles a donkey before leaving the Upstate for a coastal nature preserve last year. The elk apparently wandered into South Carolina from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, making him the only wild elk in South Carolina. Photo courtesy Cydney Phillips

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