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|delbert ||12-08-2011 06:54 PM |
:confused: It was bound to happen with all the mixed relationships
|rdrader2002 ||12-08-2011 08:00 PM |
That's definitely one for the books! If I hadn't seen it for myself, I wouldn't have believed it either.
|buckfever ||12-08-2011 09:20 PM |
Since she never gave birth that means there are no gay deer out there!!! woo hoo..
I know she, it whatever was technically a female but it also means no bucks were attracted to her since she looked like a buck.. Mother nature knows right from wrong!
Yeah I know I should be in bed..
|Hunting Man ||12-08-2011 09:23 PM |
just a genetic defect in nature. Strange though.
|gfdeputy2 ||12-09-2011 05:29 AM |
lets mess with genetics some more probably from a deer farm
|on_the_fly ||12-09-2011 06:28 AM |
The picture makes it look like its got a turkey beard too lol, but that's wild I've killed bearded hen turkey before but have never seen nor heard of a horned doe till now, n never realy thought about it. Cool interesting post
|scribe ||12-09-2011 02:18 PM |
For some reason, there seems to be an inordinate amount of antlered does killed in IL. I recall seeing one some years ago from there that made P&Y and in 2000, I killed a six point doe. I wish mightlily I had her mounted. Don't know why I didn't. I do have the rack somewhere.
Some years before that, on a wildlife management area-WMA, here in TN, I killed what I thought was a doe. It turned out to have both male and female sex organs in perfect condition. When I noticed this, I immediately called it to the attention of the biologist at the check station and donated her/him to the TWRA for research purposes. I would have loved to have done a necropsy on her/him to see what the internal organs looked like.
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