The Irish elk Megaloceros giganteus   also called the giant deer or Irish deer , is an extinct species of deer in the genus Megaloceros and is one of the largest deer that ever lived. The most recent remains of the species have been carbon dated to about 7, years ago in western Russia. Although abundant skeletal remains have been found in bogs in Ireland, the animal was not exclusive to Ireland nor closely related to either of the living species currently called elk: Alces alces the European elk, known in North America as the moose or Cervus canadensis the North American elk or wapiti. For this reason, the name "giant deer" is used in some publications, instead of "Irish elk".
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Photograph: iStock. The Irish Pharmacy Union has called for a change to the sequencing of the vaccine rollout to the top priority groups and for pharmacies to give AstraZeneca vaccines to health workers after it was advised that the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines be given to people over 70 where possible. He confirmed that the vaccination programme for those over 85 will start in the middle of this month with the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine following the recommendation of the public health authorities.
The Irish Wolfhound is a historic sighthound dog breed from Ireland that has, by its presence and substantial size, inspired literature, poetry and mythology. The original dog-type was presumed extinct by most knowledgeable authors but recreated specifically for the canine fancy mainly by Captain George A. Graham in the late 19th century.