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shed antlers #7575827 08/09/19 12:20 PM
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My trail camera captured a doe chewing on an antler. I have had antlers show up from time to time knowing some animal had to bring them with them. Not knowing it could have been a deer.
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Lack of minerals that are found in that shed antler. Supporting a fawn(s) this time can pull them down.


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Cows, squirrels, rats, porcupines, deer. Just about everything will chew them.


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