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Old November 26, 2011, 07:24 PM   #5
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Some how, they manage

Actually they can do fairly well with three legs at least unless there aren't many coyotes around.
A number of years back, we "Harvested" a doe, during bow season in Wisconsin. She had the upper part of her front leg and an adnormal growth on on the stub. Looked like it had been that way for a long time. She was getting around just fine. ....

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