Thursday, November 12, 2015

White-tailed Deer antlers - Question of the week no.46

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Subject of this week : White-tailed Deer antlers.

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  1. It was a frog, but other frog than I thought.
    You show a white horns and asks why they lie on the floor of the forest.

    The deer antlers are cast each year. The antlers are shed annually and re-formed, usually larger and more robust than the previous one. If the antlers are fully grown, the skin itches, so the deer sanding off against trees and shrubs. The circulation of the antlers stops so that it becomes numb and die. Yet it still takes months to shed. After the skin is sanded, discolour the antlers. The final color is different for each species and also depends on the vegetation.


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