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My wife and I disagree on how deer in the south are small compared to the deer up in the north. I say it cause of the vast amou

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  • rrmont
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    All deer have evloved to adapt to thier climates and the changes that go on. Therefore bigger deer up north, harsher winters, and smaller deer down south, warmer climates.

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  • buckhunter
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    Evspence is correct. A frail bodied deer could not survive the harsh winters up here and likewise these bruisers up here would have trouble in the heat down there.

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  • evspence
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    the deer have to bulk up to make it through winter, i've seen it happen in my woods, bucks are barely recognizable sometimes they get so big.

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  • My wife and I disagree on how deer in the south are small compared to the deer up in the north. I say it cause of the vast amou

    My wife and I disagree on how deer in the south are small compared to the deer up in the north. I say it cause of the vast amounts of feed through out the year. My wife says it because they are small cause of the brush that they walk through whos right whos wrong.

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