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  • A couple years ago a friend of mine shot a deer and was never recovered. The arrow hit in the back half and the deer ran off wit

    A couple years ago a friend of mine shot a deer and was never recovered. The arrow hit in the back half and the deer ran off with it sticking out of it. My other friend said that deer will grab the arrows with their mouths and break them off. I find that hard to believe. I just figured they were broken off when moving through the woods. Has anybody heard of deer breaking the arrows off with their mouths? I just thought of this and had to ask. Thanks!

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    Wow, thanks for the stories guys.

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