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Day 6 of a 365-Day Portrait of Canada: According to the locals, the deer are so tame you can feed them right out of your hand. Falcon Lake, Manitoba

According to locals, the deer are so tame you can feed them right out of your hand. Falcon Lake, Manitoba. Day 6



 The white-tailed deer is well – known for the habit of flipping its tail up over its back, revealing the tail’s white underside. According to Hinterland Who’s Who website, the white-tailed deer is the most widely distributed and the most numerous of all North America’s large animals
 

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