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#6114975 - 01/02/16 03:09 PM Odd Acting Doe
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Guy that's with us and joins pastures with me had this Doe come in all year packing this small Bucks Skull in her mouth, at first he said he thought it was stuck in her mouth but she would lay it down like a Chew Toy, eat then pick it back up and go on her way. He gave her the Onion and said she physically seemed fine...
Don't know if she was a little "touched" in the Head but just very odd behavior ...



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#6114980 - 01/02/16 03:15 PM Re: Odd Acting Doe [Re: SniperRAB]
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Ok man that's weird for sure!

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#6114981 - 01/02/16 03:15 PM Re: Odd Acting Doe [Re: SniperRAB]
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Insert ban camp joke here.
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#6114982 - 01/02/16 03:18 PM Re: Odd Acting Doe [Re: SniperRAB]
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http://animals.gizmodo.com/and-now-a-giraffe-eating-an-impala-skull-1562625490 here is an interesting article on this behavior. It's called Osteophagia. Weird to see though!!
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#6115007 - 01/02/16 03:39 PM Re: Odd Acting Doe [Re: GimmeABuck]
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Originally Posted By: GimmeABuck
http://animals.gizmodo.com/and-now-a-giraffe-eating-an-impala-skull-1562625490 here is an interesting article on this behavior. It's called Osteophagia. Weird to see though!!


Well there you have it up

Never have heard of that Sir...
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#6115025 - 01/02/16 03:58 PM Re: Odd Acting Doe [Re: SniperRAB]
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It amazes me how animals "just know" what they need. It is interesting that she carried it around for so long.

Throw ya some bones out for an attractant! wink
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#6115062 - 01/02/16 04:25 PM Re: Odd Acting Doe [Re: GimmeABuck]
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Originally Posted By: GimmeABuck
It amazes me how animals "just know" what they need. It is interesting that she carried it around for so long.

Throw ya some bones out for an attractant! wink



roflmao

May chum with these next year cheers


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#6115206 - 01/02/16 06:06 PM Re: Odd Acting Doe [Re: SniperRAB]
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Thats crazy!
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#6115247 - 01/02/16 06:38 PM Re: Odd Acting Doe [Re: SniperRAB]
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Originally Posted By: SniperRAB
Originally Posted By: GimmeABuck
http://animals.gizmodo.com/and-now-a-giraffe-eating-an-impala-skull-1562625490 here is an interesting article on this behavior. It's called Osteophagia. Weird to see though!!


Well there you have it up

Never have heard of that Sir


She's a "Ma'am" brudda grin

Thanks for posting Scooter, I never heard of it before. I won't remember the name, but a little smarter now, will take all I can get up
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#6115264 - 01/02/16 06:47 PM Re: Odd Acting Doe [Re: SniperRAB]
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Really weird for sure.

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#6115331 - 01/02/16 07:28 PM Re: Odd Acting Doe [Re: SniperRAB]
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Holy hell! Coulda made you a Christmas tree out of em like the ones you see at Bass Pro cheers laugh

Western, up and no sweat on the sir/ma'am thing. Happens all the time.
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#6115398 - 01/02/16 08:01 PM Re: Odd Acting Doe [Re: SniperRAB]
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I have seen a few deer in the spring time that chew on antlers for the mineral.
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#6115441 - 01/02/16 08:25 PM Re: Odd Acting Doe [Re: SniperRAB]
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Originally Posted By: SniperRAB
Originally Posted By: GimmeABuck
It amazes me how animals "just know" what they need. It is interesting that she carried it around for so long.

Throw ya some bones out for an attractant! wink



roflmao

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#6115821 - 01/03/16 05:16 AM Re: Odd Acting Doe [Re: SniperRAB]
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Oh my, that is strange... I sure would have been freaked out if I saw that. Voodoo deer!
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#6116127 - 01/03/16 10:35 AM Re: Odd Acting Doe [Re: SniperRAB]
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Saw a cow chewing on an antler before.
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