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Weird deer

By Dave Baker from January 2015 Issue

Weird deer

Credit: Paul Stegeman

Biologists at the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources receive a dizzying variety of questions every year about weird deer. Some white-tailed deer have…
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