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Wounded whitetail walks past a trail cam


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Posts: 2914 | Location: West Texas | Registered: 16 December 2006Reply With Quote
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That's amazing. The buck behaves as if it's just another day at the office. I've seen deer and other game at times with healed wounds or missing body parts that would probably have been fatal to humans. Game animals can be unbelievably tough. But can't see the damage on that buck healing over. Any idea of the cause ?


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Posts: 1043 | Location: New Zealand's North Island | Registered: 13 November 2014Reply With Quote
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Most likely vehicle hit.

I have shot several animals that had been severally hurt in the past and was still moving around just fine.

My son just sent me a picture of a bear scull with a broad head and a piece of the shaft imbedded in a bears scull.

Looked like it passed through the brain cavity. Had bone growing around it. So it had been there awhile. Bear weight close to 500lbs.
 
Posts: 16201 | Location: wis | Registered: 21 April 2001Reply With Quote
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Gee Whiz! That was hard to look at.


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Posts: 11764 | Location: LAS VEGAS, NV USA | Registered: 04 August 2002Reply With Quote
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Apparently you guys have never pulled that
poaching game bullshit or you'd recognize
the 'backstrap cuts".

Quite obvious to someone that's done it a
few times. As a teen I was working a hay crew
with an older rancher that killed an elk or
two just about every summer. I didn't need any
encouragement to get into trouble. Dad sent me
up there to keep me out of his hair and trouble
at home during the summers five years.
Orin taught me how to do it.

Though we made sure they were dead first.
We didn't take the hide, just split the skin to
get to the meat off the back and hams. Came back
the next day or later that evening for the rest.

Not bragging, and quit that illegal nonsense
shortly after those years.
Am just sharing info is all.


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Posts: 4850 | Location: Pueblo, CO | Registered: 31 January 2006Reply With Quote
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I suppose some one could have tried to skin it alive.
 
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