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I hate to see critters in that kind of shape. But next time some animal rights wacko starts giving you a hard time about blowing a deer flat, drag out that picture and show them some of the alternatives to hunting, and the way Mother Nature usually has wildlife meet their end.

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You never know,she just might make it thru the cold months and you well see more of her in all year.

I don't know ..... I'm no vet, but I do know that that joint is a fairly complex part of the leg and by the looks of it, it will never function again. I have seen deer that got along just fine with a rear leg completely missing, but they didn't look that unhealthy. I kind of wonder if there isn't more wrong with that deer than just the obvious problem.

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