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    Default Northern deer vs Southern deer pic

    Guess which is the Northern deer!





    deere --- Deer !!! Get it??!
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    Default Re: Northern deer vs Southern deer pic

    I'm betting the doe not the buck

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    Default Re: Northern deer vs Southern deer pic

    The doe looks like a fawn. Big fawn, but still has the face of a fawn.
    From the clothes being worn, not hard to tell north from south either.

    The buck around here would be a year and half old.

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    Default Re: Northern deer vs Southern deer pic

    The one with the jacket and hat on?
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    Default Re: Northern deer vs Southern deer pic

    And the white pine gives it away too.

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    Default Re: Northern deer vs Southern deer pic

    Than again ask which one gooner be so tender you could cut it w/only fork.

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    Default Re: Northern deer vs Southern deer pic

    The little buck was probably trying to get away, the big deer has probably been searching for someone to shoot her so she wouldn't have to go through another northern winter
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    Default Re: Northern deer vs Southern deer pic

    the green one

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    Default Re: Northern deer vs Southern deer pic

    hey buddy...i think you've got an elk hanging in your pine tree. good Lord how much did she weigh?
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    Default Re: Northern deer vs Southern deer pic

    Quote Originally Posted by 20 20 View Post
    the green one
    My thought too.
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