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Six-Gun wrote: »
Yes, it's definitely rare to see a whitetail that enormous.
The big telling point for me with mule deer is the pale, white face/muzzle area, though the branched main beams are also a dead giveaway. That whitetail has one branched point that forks, but not the big, distinct diversion where it looks like two distinct main beams with their own points.
snake284 wrote: »
I think I'm getting it. The Mule deer looks like it has two distinct racks, one on each side. Maybe that's why when referring to points they call it a Western Count because they only count one side?
JerryBobCo wrote: »
A mule deer has bifurcated antlers.
Look that up in your Funk and Wagnalls. :tooth:
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