Grand Teton National Park Might Preserve For Educational Purposes...
This mule deer buck, which sported an atypical set of antlers that had more tines on side than the other, was discovered dead in the park on January 8. NPS photo.
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#1 Jan 13, 2013
OMG...there is little in this article pertaining to the park's involvement which resembles the truth...I am embarrassed for Grand Teton National Park to be so desperate as to promote such lies.
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