Jerry White, of Allendale and Bill Yoder, of Clarksville, each shot what they thought were big, beautiful antlered bucks.
But they found as they approached their dead deer the antlers were still fully cloaked in velvet, the delicate hairy membranes that help antlers grow. Deer typically rub off the velvet when they go into the rut.
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That each still had velvet meant that neither had matured sexually, according to state wildlife officials. Or, that they had mixed-up chromosomes that gave them both male and female characteristics.
That, combined with the way the deer was field-dressed prompted a Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Environment conservation officer to initially identify the deer as an antlered doe. That determination has since been questioned by wildlife officials, but is likely to remain Ladies want hot sex CA Guerneville 95446 mystery because the deer was gutted out on site.
And like with people it is sometimes hard to determine whether they are male or female. He took it with one shot. It is unusual, however, to hear of two the same day.
She said it is more likely that both of the deer were males that never fully developed. In the end, White was required to use one of his antlered buck tags for the deer.
Meanwhile, Yoder said his deer was definitely an undeveloped buck. It had male anatomy, Swingers Personals in Rail road flat did not have fully developed male genitalia, and thus never developed the urge to mark its territory with antler rubs, which is how most antlered deer lose their velvet.