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Have you guys ever seen anything like this?

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This is is the buck that my hunting partner killed with me this year. The taxidermist doing his euro mount discovered that the deer has upper canine teeth. I know that millions of years ago most ungulates did have tusks, and some species still do but i have never seen this in all of my life. Has anyone else seen this in a deer? 

 

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I have. It’s a resesive gene that shows up now and then. I’ve never seen it in a mule deer but several coues deer 

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Well, sh!t. I thought i had discovered a unicorn or something. 

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35 minutes ago, GreyGhost85 said:

Well, sh!t. I thought i had discovered a unicorn or something. 

You are not special.

Also, what are there socks on your rack?

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26 minutes ago, Flatlander said:

You are not special.

Also, what are there socks on your rack?

Just special ed i guess. Not sure what is over the antlers. Pics are from the taxidermist.

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Thats wild but I guess guys are seeing it and now I need to go check my deer!  😂

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Just checked the bucks we took this year one of them has it as well. Never noticed it before but never looked either.

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