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Deer Rescued After Getting Antlers Tangled in Hammock

Deer are always exploring and visiting new areas on a daily basis. Sometimes, they even end up right in our backyard, seemingly teasing us with that perfect broadside pose. This whitetail buck in Hamilton County, Indiana, found himself in a sticky situation when his antlers got tangled in a hammock. Officers were dispatched when calls came through to help a deer whose antlers were stuck in a hammock.
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