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Antlered doe

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I had a doe on running around last fall with a pair of twins who had a single antler on the left side, maybe 4" long. This summer I have pictures of an antlered doe with a set of yearlings (spike and doe). The problem is that this doe has two velvet antlers which are both a few inches long. Do you think that she would grow another antler or do you think this would be a new deer. I can't imagine it being a new one myself but I never dreamed she would grow a second antler. She has no new fawns with her this year which is kind of upsetting. I think we may have a few too many coyotes. I never did get out before fawning season this year.
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Pretty sexy doe! My very first deer was an atlered doe,... made me famous at home for a few months hehe... I've spoken to some biologists over the years who have told me that they are much more common than we think. One compared it to a woman with facial hair; not rampant but you see them often enough and that it is very likely that should she have several fawns in her lifetime she should have antlered daughters at one point or another.
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