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Old June 9th, 2014, 08:09 PM   #1
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Old June 9th, 2014, 08:14 PM   #2
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Pretty crazy, its just a fawn, but it sure needs to develop a fear of humans or it won't live very long!
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It is developing a case of gun envy. Very nice,
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Most likely it is a pet and it is also deaf to not flinch in the least at a gunshot.
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Most likely it is a pet and it is also deaf to not flinch in the least at a gunshot.
I was really surprised, they had quit shooting for a minute or two, then the fawn wanders off, maybe 20 ft away from them, they are behind it when they shoot again, I was watching closely and it didn't even flinch, it may be deaf.
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I was really surprised, they had quit shooting for a minute or two, then the fawn wanders off, maybe 20 ft away from them, they are behind it when they shoot again, I was watching closely and it didn't even flinch, it may be deaf.
I agree I think the deer may be deaf and also may be a pet. My Sister-in-law and her Husband took in a fawn that had lost it's mother and it was still more skittish than the fawn in the video.
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