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    Mule Deer Migration

    I found this video and thought it was pretty cool for a few reasons... Pretty amazing animals.

    http://youtu.be/BIAyb-1uwTg

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    I've seen that before and it's amazing the distance they cover and all the obstacles in their path!

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    It was on here a couple of months ago. it is really great.
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    That was a nice video thanks.

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    I read some of the research behind this. Very impressive.

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    Cool. Didn't have any idea they moved like that. Always thought they stuck to a much smaller area and just migrated as far as necessary.

 

 

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