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Tuesday, November 26, 2013
Look at Her Rack!!
Phil Klein of Champlin, MN landed a buck over the weekend. Or at least he THOUGHT it was a buck. Turns out it was a doe with antlers! Apparently, this phenomenon happens, but it's quite rare. Over the past two years in Minnesota, approximately 197,000 deer were harvested, but only one was reported to be a doe with antlers.
Then again, some hunters may not even realize they have a doe, as they were too enthralled by the antlers? Although, for the life of me, I can't imagine a hunter not first checking out the rack and then slyly lowering the gaze to a buck's nether regions, just out of curiosity.
The Department of Natural Resources says that antlers on a doe would be caused by an overproduction of testosterone. It makes sense. I played basketball in middle school with a girl who had the same situation. She had whiskers, could bench press 300 pounds and emitted a scent similar to my brother's sweat socks. Sometimes biology is a crazy thing.
It's kind of amusing. Men chasing after a big rack in the woods and doing the same thing in the bar after the hunt! And in the case of Phil Klein, he would've landed a female both times. Here's hoping you land the rack of your dreams this weekend!