Taxidermist capes deer and finds a huge pocket of infection.
Do you love Dr. Pimple Popper videos? If so, this is the clip for you. If you're disgusted by that sort of thing, you might want to look away now. Because what's inside this deer's head is not for the faint of heart.
We are guessing this buck was having a major headache prior to meeting his end at the hands of a hunter. It may have been for the best though as you will soon see.
Watch the video below to see a taxidermist empty a cyst from the buck's head. Fair warning, though, this video is pretty gross.
The sure will wildlife has to survive is pretty remarkable. One of the most toughest animals out there is the whitetail deer. They're often able to bounce back from broken legs, bad shots and everything in between.
However, we are inclined to agree with the taxidermist that this deer would not have lasted long with all that puss pooling in his head like that. If he had not died during the season, it's likely he would have died during the long winter months.
It's possible the cyst started from an infection that was caught while fighting or sparring another buck. It's unfortunate when this sort of thing happens, but it is also part of nature. If anything, this buck was lucky to meet a quick end from a hunter rather than slowly die of extreme pain and then get ripped apart by coyotes.
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