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WIsh whitetails had racks like these

Anybody know what these are. lol

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Location: Lewiston ID
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WIsh whitetails had racks like these

Fallow Deer, I believe native to India, introduced all around the world, i.e. US (texas, florida) South America, New Zeland, Africa.

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Location: St. Louis County
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WIsh whitetails had racks like these

There is also a herd of Fallow deer in Western Kentucky. Land Between the Lakes area.

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WIsh whitetails had racks like these

No that's cupid and dasher. Laugh Great looking racks on those puppies though eh boys.

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WIsh whitetails had racks like these

I don't know, the one on the right looks like Donner.

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WIsh whitetails had racks like these

Not sure but would love to hunt one. Thumbs up

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Location: Kingston, MI
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WIsh whitetails had racks like these

The deer pictured are fallow deer, which I know to be a fact. They were once distributed throughout Europe, the middle east and Mediterranian. They have been introduced to New Zealand and parts of the United States and Canada in more recent times.

During the Holocene period there was a close relative that was endiginous to southeast and western Asia, which was the Persian Fallow deer. This deer was larger and carried a bigger set of antlers.

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WIsh whitetails had racks like these

I knew they were Fallow deer. They try to pass them off as Reindeer up here.

By the way were Reinder actually Fallow imposters.

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