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A stag roars while wearing a crown of bracken during the rutting season in Richmond Park. Photographer Mark Smith says: “The deer take different strategies in the rutting season.

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White Wolf: King of Richmond Park: Deer emerges from the undergrowth with a crown of bracken and leaves

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iguanamouth:  “nlght-skles:  “ nubbsgalore:  “ during the autumn rutting season, red deer stag find themselves with elaborate bracken crowns from having rubbed their heads against the ground, which they do to strengthen their neck muscles so as to help...

iguanamouth: “nlght-skles: “ nubbsgalore: “ during the autumn rutting season, red deer stag find themselves with elaborate bracken crowns from having rubbed their heads against the ground, which they do to strengthen their neck muscles so as to help.

Mother Nature is Watching You !!

Mother Nature is Watching You !!

"2 can play this game Mr. Hunter"

That\'s quite a head-dress, deer! Incredible pictures show stag crowning himself with BRACKEN as rutting season gets underway in Richmond Pa.

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elk- I don't know how these huge bulls can get thru the forest with the magnificent rack of horns. In Clam Lake Wi. we have seen baby elk also. So the herd is growing.

From 'Foto World Photo Świat'

From 'Foto World Photo Świat'

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This mighty stag proves he's truly king of the forest with a crown of leaves. (Photo by Geg Morgan/Solent News

A deer Trying to effective Rather camouflage. Just Avoid the Bramer now .

【メロメロ注意】ぴったりサイズのセーターを着てポーズを決める、ぬいぐるみのようなポニーの姿をご覧ください

Shetland ponies in Fairisle cardigans. The ponies are Fivia and Vitamin from the Thordale Shetland Driving Centre. They're helping to launch the "Year of Natural Scotland".

Poor Ram killed by its own horn

This poor ram had to wait patiently as his own horn slowly and painfully penetrated his own head.

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