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Discussion in 'Campfire' started by ArkyVarminter, Dec 16, 2012.
Someone put this on facebook...I think its real...
Man, if only it had 4 hams that would be perfect
Mmmmmmm. Can we get them with an extra set of tenderloins as well?
I bet all the other deer use to laugh and call him names.
:fit: LIKE HOOFBACK!
Obvious result of the 3 point rule.
Yep, no brow tines.
Never seen a deer like that, but I've seen it several times in cattle.
Got to be from inbreeding.
well played sir!
I don't think i could eat that one, i'd be seeing those extra hooves every time i took a bite.
Looks real. It is a parasitic twin. Parasitic twins occur when a twin embryo begins developing in utero, but the pair does not fully separate, and one embryo is dominant. Same thing that happens with conjoined twins except one embryo doesn't fully develop. It happens in a lot of animals, even humans.