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Discussion in 'Sound Off' started by Buckrun, Dec 27, 2002.
What type of deer are these antlers from?
question.were they were mounted backwards and on the wrong side? but they definately look like they're from a whitetail.
I would agree, whitetail, backwards it looks like
Keep trying! I saw some of these on full mounts at Cabelas in Dundee MI. I think they are from Europe.
Getting closer I think.
Roe, I think
We have a winner. I bought these off of Ebay a few years ago. I couldn't find anybody that could tell me what type of deer they were from. I saw them in Cabelas last summer.
Let's keep this going. Name the deer, and yes this is a deer.
I'll bet it is chineese.
Looks small and strange, must be a Michigan deer. AKA a whiperine
Count Bambi? 8*)
I have never seen one like that. Is it from Europe or South America?
Might be European Roe
They look similar to our RÅDJUR they got up to 8-10 inch high antlers &up to 4 points on each stag
Does the roe get the size of our whitetails?
size of Rådjur
about 4ft high&weighs approx 60 lbs if its a buck
Thats some small deer. I guess you could kill one , field dress it and throw it in your back pack and your on your way.
It is a Chinese Water Deer --- Buckrun, you are the winner
It doesen't get very big, about the size of the deer that Swed was talkin about. Not much bigger than a coyote.
There are about 7 different kinds of Chinese deer I think. I wasn't sure which one it was. When I saw the tusk I thought it was chinese I haven't seen those on any other kind of deer.