Deer Hunter Finds Broadhead Buried In Big Buck’s Head

Deer Skull

That’s a wild surprise.

A buck like this would be hard to pass up, even if it had a wounded face.

Whitetail deer are one of the most commonly hunted animals in North America. They are typically hunted for their delicious meat and big ol’ racks to hang on the wall.

They are medium-sized mammals with bucks weighing up to 300 pounds and standing around 3 feet tall at the shoulder.

Deer are adapted to life in the wild and are able to withstand the harshest conditions and the whole world against them. Everything that can wants to eat them right from birth until the day the die. They use their smell and speed to their advantage and only the strong survive.

This deer clearly shows how strong one animal can be.

This hunter downed a beautiful mature whitetail. The deer is seen with a growth on the lower back end of its head and top of neck. It then shows an object lodged in his nose.

Once they cleaned the deer and were able to investigate it more, it ended up being an old arrow broadhead stuck right through its whole head.

How this animal survived like that is amazing.

But, it does show the importance of show placement. One tiny bit off and an animal could walk around like this.

That is a cool mount to have for the wall though, one of a kind.

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