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In a recent article about Whitetails, "It's In The Genes" there was much discussion on the different species/sub-species of whitetail deer in North America/Mexico. Being from Oregon, I questioned the "whitetail" in the state. I'm aware of the Mule Deer (big & tasty), and the Blacktail Deer ( smaller like whitetail but with a "muley rack". Whitetail deer have one main beam with tines branching from that (usually), and Mule Deer have a forked beam that sports more tines. I have "4-point" rack in my room downstairs and would like a 10-point "whitey" to match it. My "4-point" would be a 10-point by Whitetail standards, or called a 4x4 with brow tines.