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Do you know how to determine a deer has starved to death...if the only remains are the skeleton?

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  • Do you know how to determine a deer has starved to death...if the only remains are the skeleton?

    Do you know how to determine a deer has starved to death...if the only remains are the skeleton?

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    I'll post the answer in a few days.

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    • #3
      i think you could find out by finding what kind of nutrients were still in the bones.

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      • #4
        you check the bone marrow in the femur,main back leg bone of the deer & if it is a reddish color and no fattish texture the deer has starved. on healthy deer the bone marrow is white and feels greasey when rubbed between the fingers.

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        • #5
          Gerald is right, Proof of starvation is when the animal's body tries to devour itself, so it gets at the creamy pink to a red, you have the proof.

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