This carving depicts a large male Musk Oxen in the midst of a serious Arctic windstorm. The Arctic region is susceptible to amazingly abrupt changes in weather that are often accompanied by hurricane force winds. On one mountain hike near Nuuk, Greenland, a serene evening with calm winds and clear skies suddenly transformed into a tempest of 100 plus mile-an-hour winds with even greater gusts that drove rain into and through even the best Gortex raingear and forced everyone out in it to all fours to keep from being blown away. However, the Musk Oxen is accustomed to such winds, standing head down on the treeless Tundra with the wind constantly rearranging his ground length hair into myriad shapes each second. The Moose antler he is mounted on as another dimension to the shapes, but the Inukshuk stands untouched beside him and constant regardless of wind or time.