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    Posted: December/23/2014 at 13:15
 
 
 
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Wonder what they taste like?
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chicken...
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Big Grin
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Check out those feet on that mule deer! Bucky
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Chris was telling us about reindeer.
 
Man, I had no idea about the facts.
 
Like...did you know, they have a tendon that doesn't develop until they are a little older that makes a popping sound. This allows the herd to stay together, even in a white out. With the fawns it is a security measure to prevent them from being hunted.
 
Another fun fact, about their nose, they are able to detect grass through 8" of snow.
 
Females have antlers as well as males. However they don't shed as early.
 
They can even shut down areas of their body where blood isn't critical to maintain body temperature.


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still tastes like chicken... Big Grin
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