Strange marking?

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  1. 203ntyp

    203ntyp PMA Member

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    Not sure if this yearling went through a brier patch backwards or it has dark spots? Ant thoughts? Both sides look the same,

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    Looks like he/she is shedding. Gives a strange look to the black & white photos which are often temperature (infrared) based.
     
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    The good Dr beat me to it.
     
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    This doe at my home still had her spots last year and the year before. Fully adult, never saw that before.[​IMG]

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    Must be part fallow deer... :rolleyes: Nature does some strange things now and then.
     
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    That's odd, never seen that before either.
     
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    I have never seen that , Learning everyday.. Thanks for Sharing that .. WOW
     

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