Spotting a Whitetail with Fangs: Have You Seen One in the Wild?

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  • Matthew's avatar

    Would those be ivory? Never hunted whitetail but I know elk species have ivory. Being all in the deer family I would assume so but I’m no biologist. Thanks for sharing!

  • Mike's avatar

    Yessir, just one. The buck I shot in Oklahoma 2 yrs ago had them. I’ve read they are genetic throwbacks and only 1 in 10,000 have them.

  • John's avatar

    That’s really cool

  • Bobby's avatar

    Not I said the chicken.

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