I like how his ears go "twoing" when he's approaching the dude
@A pet named Steve, the ears deff show something. Not an expert but seems like curiosity
Okay, I know I will be called a villain for this, but fvck deer. They don’t know how to cross a highway, they shjt everywhere, and they make the worst noises. They are not majestic. They are total prjckjobs.
@SirLordKraftDinner, they are truly the Canadian geese of of the US
@SirLordKraftDinner, in the rural (yet heavily populated) areas around St. Louis they are a serious problem, so much so that in some areas, homeowners can apply for permits to allow people to bow hunt from their backyard
@SirLordKraftDinner, and they're delicious.
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, you talking shít about geese?
@SirLordKraftDinner, i feel like they're suicidal sometimes cause they're so dumb with traffic
@SirLordKraftDinner, and spread ticks everywhere
@ParagonGoose, geese are bastards
@SirLordKraftDinner, they are essentially giant rats
@SirLordKraftDinner, I don’t like downvoting but I don’t agree. We push more and more into land that’d normally have deer. Yet it’s surprising that we come across them... they are kinda majestic... and earning their trust like this is awesome
@Drunk Pantless Uncle, except we have them everywhere too
@SirLordKraftDinner, as someone who has lived most of his life in rural NorCal, and was a child passenger through several deer accidents, I don't really have a problem with them. They tend to be selective about where they attempt to cross the roads more often than not, and having grown up around that, I just constantly scan for deer up on the embankments and in the trees near the road.
I've had a couple close calls but I've never hit an animal in 14 years of driving in their territory.
You must have to keep in mind that there's ALWAYS a sneaky deer bro that you don't see when you see the first one, and slow the frick down for a minute.
Anyway, I'm sure this will get downvoted like crazy, but if you know you're driving through deer territory, maybe just pay more attention to what's on the sides of your road than normal, you'll probably be fine.
@Natural Sarcasm , it’s not that we push into their land, it’s that we push out their natural predators.
@SirLordKraftDinner, *puts on Biology hat* well deers and their instincts have existed for thousands of years. Paved roads and cars have existed for around 100 years. For some animals, it takes generations for them to adjust to new migration/moving patterns. As far as pooping everywhere, I doubt that’s ever going to change.
@Not him again, same in santa cruz, California. Actually got some funny stories.
@SirLordKraftDinner, the highway doesnt know how to cross their home
@SirLordKraftDinner, deer are just rats with long legs
@SirLordKraftDinner, and they eat little song birds
@Natural Sarcasm , technically it's the deer that have been pushing into land we created. Ever since Europeans came over and started converting forestry into grassland alongside the removal of any predators the deer population has increased by a significant amount.
"Crikey! Look at the size of those antlers! Those could easily disembowel a human adult! I'm gonna go hug him!"
Do this during mating season and u dead
Nope just Chuck Testa
I live where there are a few families of deer and it’s awesome. Sure, you have to be on your toes behind the wheel but, you should be anyway. I’m not against hunting by any means except for “sport” I have no understanding of how someone could kill for the shear joy of it.
I was terrified he was going to snap the deer's neck
I can tell this was filmed in the south.
A deer this age from my state would make that guy look tiny.