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  Non-typical deer rack

Non-typical deer rack
Image credit: © Yankneck

Uploader comment: Another uploaded pic of a deer rack was posted so I figured I would show a few also. Non-typical deerracks are fairly common but these are the extremes of such genetics

Image status: EXPLAINED Deer can grow extraordinarily large and peculiarly shaped antlers.


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Comment icon #4 Posted by ViRGO29 on 25 March, 2011, 1:26
yUp..its a dEER
Comment icon #3 Posted by torf on 29 March, 2011, 6:57
My guess is a captive deer. One with an unlimited diet and no predators.
Comment icon #2 Posted by dwn2earth_girl on 12 December, 2012, 2:22
and i thought my buck antlers with the one drop tine was amazing... lol...
Comment icon #1 Posted by magikgoddess on 12 July, 2014, 2:44
It's definitely a farmed deer... you can see the fence in the background. If I remember right, there's a family in Texas or some southern state that has been select breeding deer for trophy antlers likes these for decades... I however, can't recall the name of the farm/ranch (sorry).

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