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WPBTiger
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Hunter bags rare antlered doe
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One Oklahoma hunter was recently in for quite the surprise when he realized the antlered deer he shot was not a male, but rather a female doe.

Over the weekend, outdoorsman Chris Blades was on the prowl in Seminole County when he nabbed what he initially suspected to be “an extremely non-typical buck” that was, in fact, biologically female. Officials for the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation (ODWC) have since described the doe as "the deer of a lifetime."


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“Biologists say this can occur in an average of 1 [in] 10,000 does,” reps for the ODWC wrote on Facebook.


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When contacted for comment, a spokesperson for the ODWC confirmed that Blades’ catch was a whitetail deer.






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LSUballs
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Great. Liberal freaks have now influenced the wildlife. Smh


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AUTimbo
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First thing I thought of when I saw that first pic


Awesome topic of conversation to have that one hanging on the wall


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Ron Cheramie
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Shame on that hunter for assuming it was a buck

Can’t be assuming genders nowadays


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Clyde Tipton
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That's why tags say antlered or antlerless.


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re: Hunter bags rare antlered doe
Would have been funny to see fawns nursing from it.






But seriously though, needed one more year.


bullred84
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It identified as a buck


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MadtownTiger
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re: Hunter bags rare antlered doe
Wonder how deer get transgender surgery?


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LSUA 75
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re: Hunter bags rare antlered doe
I killed a slickheaded buck at Tensas once.Weighed 150 but head was just like a does head,no pedicles under the skin.Biologist at check station said he was glad to have him out of the herd.


GaDawg9977
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re: Hunter bags rare antlered doe
Which bathroom did it use?


Big L
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re: Hunter bags rare antlered doe
So does he do a shoulder mount to show the horns and a booty mount next to it to show the lady parts? People are just gonna assume it was a weirdo young buck


SoFla Tideroller
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With the hormone imbalance, I wonder if the meat flavor is affected?


Sparty3131
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That deer does not look like it tastes good...


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keyboard_warrior9
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re: Hunter bags rare antlered doe
although its not nearly as rare, that shim of a deer also has two white throat patches as well


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Wade Phillips
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I repeat this story every time a similar thread pops up because I was so fascinated at the time. My closest friend in high school shot a very similar deer in the mid 2000s about 5 miles into Arkansas from LA border. It was less typical and had 26 points from thick cactus-like growths on top of its head. Still in velvet. The deer was as big as a horse. Over 300 pounds. State came and got the guts and determined that the deer was a hermaphrodite.


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