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Enormous Iowa Whitetail Found Dead

This giant typical whitetail was found dead in southern Iowa. 

Now that deer season has come to a close, folks are starting to walk their properties in hopes of finding shed antlers and other signs of deer.

Tyler Knott recently found much more than that.

Scroll down to see the mammoth typical whitetail for yourself.

💥Wow💥 Check out this stud dead head found by Tyler Knott in Southern Iowa. Grossed 205 inches. #shareyourtrophy. #trophybucksofiowa #shedheads

Posted by Trophy Bucks of Iowa on Sunday, February 4, 2018

The 11-point buck reportedly scores 205 inches, making it truly a word-class whitetail. According to Trophy Bucks of Iowa, the trail camera photos were from the 2016 season. The buck went missing during that season, leaving some to believe it’s been dead for over a year.

Thankfully, Knott found the antlers before critters destroyed them.

We’ll keep you updated as this story develops.

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Enormous Iowa Whitetail Found Dead