White-tailed deer utilizes keen senses to survive during hunting season October 28, 2012 New York

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White-tailed deer utilizes keen senses to survive during hunting season October 28, 2012 New York, WatertownDailyTimes.com
... “Eyes in front, the animal hunts; eyes on the side, the animal hides.”  This traditional rhyme illustrates the predator-prey relationship ... a deer is capable of seeing more than 300 degrees ... deer see blue very well, and they also see yellow and dull orange to a degree. Apparently, deer don’t distinguish green and red.... Some researchers say that a deer can smell 100 times better than a human while other experts put that number at 500 or even 1000 times better...


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