An uncommon deer with three antlers has been caught on camera by a photographer in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
The Detroit Free Press studies that Steve Lindberg, a former state consultant, noticed the bizarre deer in Marquette.
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“Five days before rifle season for Whitetail Deer and look who I get to see, along with his girlfriend. A three antlered, nine or twelve point buck (depending if you want to count the two little tines on the right antler, and the small tine on the left antler),” Lindberg wrote on Facebook on Nov. 10. “I don’t recall ever seeing a three antlered deer before.”
On Nov. 13, Lindberg posted one other photograph of the deer on Facebook. “One more shot of three antlers … just to dispel any photoshop rumors,” he wrote.
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Whitetailed deer are discovered in each county of Michigan, in line with the state’s Department of Natural Resources.
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Earlier this yr an unlucky deer coated with tumors was caught on camera by a photographer in southwestern Minnesota.
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