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Old October 6, 2012, 04:16 AM   #9
Double Naught Spy
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And the glands on the hind legs are quite diminuitive, as you would expect on a doe.

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I had to repeatedly freeze frame the video but did get to a spot where I could see the back of the deers head and it looks rather lighter in color where antlers should be.
The lighter color areas on the back of the head are normal pelage coloring. Besides, antlers don't grow off of the back of the head. The pedicles of the antlers grow out of the frontal bones and are located above and forward of the ears, not on the back side.
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