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Máistir an pointe hocht.
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Well, he sure don't look good, that's for sure....
 

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First picture looks like you can see 2 large growths on his neck. Low chance of survival for this guy.
 

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Little water couple double cheeseburgers will fatten him right up ,,,,,Deer are pretty resilient
 

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bet he likes living his current life rather than being shot because his a scrawy dink!
 

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Máistir an pointe hocht.
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I'm betting on COVID-19 deer.... :D
 

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Might be one to send to the state deer biologist...
 
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Poor little fella. I’m guessing that whatever is in the neck is preventing him from eating, so he’s starving. Be a good candidate for a mercy kill
 

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The first photo almost looks like there's a divot on the front of his neck. Maybe a bad shot from last year?

In the interest of science I think you should try eating the lumps. You might get superpowers!
Welcome back!
 

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Welcome back!
 

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I had a deer like that on camera several years back and a deer breeder told me that he was survivor of EHD. The deer lived at least one more year and I seen him during rifle season and other than skinny was feeding and moving well. He told me that EHD survivors have digestive issues but recover usually. Don’t know if that deer is a survivor or not but they do look sick. I called my buck skeletor.
 

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looks like covid
 

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Dead on his feet.
 
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