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Big Doe or Deceiving Photo from Camera
I know some game camera photos can be deceiving, but this doe just seems pretty well fed. I included several to show some different positions. I'm not feeding them, they are eating crab apples.
Scoot, "chunky" may be offensive... that's a "full figured" doe right there. ;?)
That's the doe all the young bucks fight over at last call for the rut :)
Thats a tank of a doe right there. Sportin some fawn bearin hips, dare i say
Ya.....just guessing, she may have been born and bred out of the traditional cycle, got impregnated out of cycle and hasn't dropped??? Her body looks so big it makes her legs seem short.
"Full figured". LOL. That was good, scentman.
Those big girls need lovin too:)
Brotsky, young bucks call her a "dilb"... doe id like to breed!
She’s not over weight she just has a small neck and head.
Time for a hunting song...
I...Like...Big Does and I cannot lie...I'd let that arrow fly...I'd feast on her backstraps/cook her brisket and then I'd eat her thighs...
Feel free to rap along. In all seriousness, that's a big beautiful doe.
Obviously she would say the trail cam adds 50 pounds
Maybe the crab apples have her retaining a little bit of water? LOL Can't even say she is just big boned as she has some normal looking legs on her.
I believe the term is matronly.
That's a catchy rap...
I call em' "BFB's"...they come in many species. #BigFatBitches
Funny stuff guys, pretty clever redquebec. I was initially thinking of a tune by Queen...lol
The short snout says to me it's a fat young doe.
Speaking of crab apples. I just read this: How many apple seeds will kill a human?(or maybe a deer or dog) Seems like their seeds, leaves and stems can produce cyanide poisoning. Finally, the average adult would need to eat anywhere from 150 to several thousand crushed seeds (depending on the apple variety) to be at risk of cyanide poisoning. The average apple contains only about five to eight seeds.
Quite curvy, generous and cushy does right there......
I think the deer's body may be more normal size but it has short legs.