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3 Deer Myths that Have Been Debunked

Deer aren’t all that mysterious, and we are all familiar with these lovely wild animals. But sometimes our information is out-of-date, and we continue to believe old myths about deer that have actually been debunked. Myth #1: Deer are Harmless … Continue reading

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Just How Smart Are Deer?

Deer are as smart as they need to be. Specifically, Deer are good at knowing how to avoid predators, identifying edible food, recognizing social signals, and being familiar with their environment, each of which is an activity critical for their survival. Though … Continue reading

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3 Things You Many Know About Deer

The Deer is a ruminant mammal. This type of mammal is usually hoofed and horned, even- toed, cud chewing and has a stomach divided into four and sometimes three compartments. Examples of ruminant mammals are giraffes, sheep, goats, and cattle. … Continue reading

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3 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Deer

Deer are commonly seen animals and can be found throughout the U.S. and around the world.  Because deer have become common to the suburban landscape, it is likely that most Americans have seen a live deer in their life time. … Continue reading

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5 Facts About a Deer’s Sense of Smell

Gardening and living in harmony with wildlife is not always easy. It’s nice to see deer ambling in the wild but the deer can be a destructive force in gardens and yards. Humanely rid yourself of deer from your garden … Continue reading

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