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Old 11-02-2012, 03:45 PM   #21350
Hamlet53
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So do deer every decide to commit suicide? It is my opinion that there is no reason to think that deer are capable of the sort of thinking that would suggest that, but after today I wonder. I live in a very small town in Northern Wisconsin and occasionally I must drive about 50 miles to a larger city to purchase items not available at home. Almost all of that driving is through woods, much of that in the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. Accidents involving deer crossing the highway are not uncommon on that highway. Today a deer trotted from the forest to the right and stopped completely in my lane. Fortunately I spotted it soon enough to brake sharply from about 60 mph, stopping about 10 feet short of the deer which remained immobile the whole time. The deer then turned it head to glance at me briefly before trotting off into the woods to the left. The start of deer hunting season is only 15 days away and I'm thinking that over that period that deer will be nowhere to be found.
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