Weird Deer

WEIRD DEER
Check out some of the other strange predicaments that deer have gotten themselves into. Most of the time bucks get credit for being bruisers and duking it out with other deer, but does often go head to head as well. Like these two deer for example. Photo: Outdoors Weekly
Yes, that's a bucket stuck on that deer's head. Photo: Outdoors Weekly
No, we don't know how he got it stuck on there or how he got it off. Photo: Outdoors Weekly
Having a strong maternal instinct, this doe decided to raise a flock of turkeys as her own. The turkeys, which are not the brightest creatures in the animal kingdom, decided to go along for the ride. Photo: Outdoors Weekly
This young buck has clearly never seen a cat before.
A doe showing her dominance.
Deer are good swimmers, but this buck looks really cold. I wonder if he fell in or jumped in on purpose. Photo: Outdoors Weekly
Luckily the big droptine buck made it out. Photo: Outdoors Weekly
This buck is in the process of rubbing off his velvet.
When he's done rubbing, he licks the blood from his antlers off of the branches.
This big buck takes a stand against a raccoon. Photo: Outdoors Weekly
This poor old boy is going to be pretty disappointed when he finds out she isn't real. Photo: Wood Family Hunting
This deer broke into a restaurant in Wisconsin. Oddly enough, patrons of the restaurant were watching a Milwaukee Bucks game at the time of the break in.
I would hate to be the deer on the receiving end of this kick.
This photo comes from Maine, where the deer use snowmobile trails for easy walking in the winter. Photo: Wood Family Hunting
At one moment the deer are ready to brawl ...
… and the next moment everything is fine.
This young buck is about to be very startled by a flying squirrel. Photo: Outdoors Weekly
This photo was taken on Rabbit Creek in northwest South Dakota. The deer are floating across the river on a mini iceberg.
Apparently, those deer weren't the only ones who thought riding and iceberg was a good way to cross a stream.
It's unknown whether this buck actually wanted to cross the river or if he just got stuck out on the ice.
Apparently, he made it safely to the other side.