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Chronic wasting disease continues to spread in cervids

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Chronic wasting disease (CWD) continues to threaten deer and elk populations as it has been detected in free-ranging cervids in 34 states and four provinces and in captive cervid facilities in 19 states and three provinces.

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Deer and salt licks!

Reddit Animals

I live in a pretty remote mountain town, tons of deer on my property. I’m from the city and like seeing deer! Wanted to give them a salt lick, is this legal? Is this ok? I’m not hunting!!! All YouTube videos give me hunting advice. submitted by /u/NoobieShroomie [link] [comments]

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Axis Deer: Species, Diets, Life-Cycle & More Facts

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The axis deer, also known as the chital, is a stunning mammal native to the Indian subcontinent. In this article we will explore the Axis Deer facts, its characteristics, species, diets, behavior, habitats, life-cycle & more facts. These spots persist throughout their lives, even in adulthood.

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Fur and Fangs rather than Feathers and Beaks

10,000 Birds

Memorable encounters with Mammals Part II It’s generally reckoned that there are more deer in Britain today than there were in the Middle Ages, a fact that is almost certainly true. Fallow have been present in Britain for many hundreds of years, but Sika, Muntjac and Chinese Water Deer are all relatively recent arrivals.

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Why do deers interact with humans?

Reddit Animals

I have seen deers frequently interacting with humans on TikTok. This one time I saw a baby deer run up to a person to get petted. Do you know any cool facts about deers?, Sometimes they do it with no prior interaction. they seem very interesting. submitted by /u/AlertAnimator [link] [comments]

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Will this deer be a problem in the future?

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So, I looked over at the sound, and it was a deer. I was kinda happy, since it was rare to see a deer by my house without waking up early. now, I don't know much about deer. But this deer STOMPED at me. But, this meant i would have to walk towards the deer.

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Humane way to safely get deer to move away from road?

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I was driving tonight and there were a couple deer on the edge of the road so I beeped my horn and they didn't seem phased. My area has a lot of deer. submitted by /u/Technical_Flounder_4 [link] [comments]

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