Whie in Canmore – Martina spots a muley in May getting rid of his winter coat! “Although we see deer often on the prairies, they are still one of the many beautiful creations of nature that we enjoy watching! The deer were within view of the cabins, but on this particular evening a couple of them were brave enough to nibble on the grass right along side the cabins”.
DID YOU KNOW? Deer have eyes on the sides of their head, giving them a 310 degree view. They also have good night vision, which is useful in the early morning and near dusk. They have small teeth in the front of the bottom jaw but no teeth in the front of the top jaw. On the top they simply have a hard palate but use it much the same way as teeth. In the back of the mouth they have molars, canines and incisors, which they use to chew delicious grass, twigs, and shoots.
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