Just asking for it.
I never understand what the gain is from nearly getting yourself killed while harassing an animal. Can someone let me know?
White-tailed deer are a common species of deer found throughout North America, known for their distinctive white tail and their great tasting meat.
Adult white-tailed deer typically stand about 3 feet tall at the shoulder and can weigh anywhere from 100 to 300 pounds.
While white-tailed deer are generally not aggressive toward humans, they can pose a risk under certain circumstances. Bucks may become territorial and aggressive during the rut, which typically occurs in the fall. During this time, bucks may become more confrontational with other bucks and may charge or attack humans who they perceive as a threat.
One of the most distinctive features of male white-tailed deer is their antlers, which are used for fighting and display during the rut. Antlers are composed of bone and are shed and regrown each year.
The size and shape of antlers can vary widely between individuals, with factors such as age, genetics, and nutrition all playing a role. Mature bucks typically have larger and more impressive antlers than younger bucks, with antlers measuring up to 3 feet in length and weighing up to 10 pounds.
These antlers are used for dominance and battles. They can be a large threat if you have a close encounter with a buck… if you’ve spent any time outdoors, you’ve undoubtedly heard of a buck being gored by another buck during the rut.
This man was asking to get stabbed by a deer.
A beauty 11-point buck comes wondering into a field. A man wearing a helmet (sounds about right) approaches and with utter disregard for his own safety or the well-being of the buck, grabs onto the buck from behind on its antlers. His idiot friend filming start laughing as the deer jumps and thrashes around trying to escape.
He nearly gets stabbed but eventually lets go of the deer and it runs off.
Just pure stupidity… would love for someone to grab him by the ears and drag him around…
Honestly, I almost wish he had have left this with a minor injury… just to teach him a lesson.