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Ever see a BLACK Deer! They are called melanistic — the opposite of albino. Pictures taken by RJ Verge near Beamsville On. Canada Black deer are more rare than albinos.

Credit: David Yarrow Photography Most of the pictures in the book were taken before breakfast or at sunset – with good light comes a greater...

David Yarrow face to face with nature – in pictures

Credit: David Yarrow Photography Most of the pictures in the book were taken before breakfast or at sunset – with good light comes a greater...

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colossal non-typical downed in Hamilton County, Ohio. If what I'm hearing is true,…

This is a Ram, Big Horned Sheep, and it's baby. The males compete for the herd by running full speed and at the last minute, they raise up with violent force and ram their horns into their apponent's horns. The cracking sound resonates throughout the rocky hillside, above timberline, of high mountains, where they live. Were it not for the specialized cushioning system God gave them, they'd never survive the high impact! They feed in the high meadows, safe from natural predators.

Big Horn Sheep are the most social of all large animal species in Montana. Also, baby Big Horn Sheep are excruciatingly adorable.

Melanistic Whitetail Buck

This rare melanistic Whitetail buck caught a lot of attention when he was spotted near Austin, Texas. Because of their uniqueness, melanistic deer are highly sought-after by hunters and rarely live to be as old as this one.

Beautiful buck!

Piebald deer have various amounts white and brown patches, some ranging from a very slight amount of white hair to almost an all white coat. Their coloration is due to a rare inherited genetic variation (defect) that.

Unlike most other deer species, moose are solitary animals and do not form herds. Although generally slow-moving and sedentary, moose can become aggressive and move surprisingly quickly if angered or startled.

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