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#355662
It's possible. The tips of his brow tines curve backwards slightly in both videos, I don't recall seeing that in very many of my buck videos but I will have to pay more attention in the future. However I have one buck in the area with a forked brow tine in continuous years. That seems to be an identifier also.
#355663
Good eye, its sure possible. The brow tines are the giveaway. Obviously the '12 video is a young buck with a nice rack and the current video is a large mature deer. Six years of growth is very possible. Now, since you were digging in your archives to find the '12 video, are their additional videos in between?
By picdic
#355664
I think it's likelier that it's from similar genes. a lot of people think that deer only get to 6-7 years old. this guy would be 6 years older than that first video, which he's probably 3-4 in. that would make him 10 years old or so. I would expect more mass in a 10 year old deer.
#355667
Good eye, its sure possible. The brow tines are the giveaway. Obviously the '12 video is a young buck with a nice rack and the current video is a large mature deer. Six years of growth is very possible. Now, since you were digging in your archives to find the '12 video, are their additional videos in between?



quite possibly but I am not sure I have the time to look at it all... :D
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