The deer head and neck were shot through the arrow and still stroll down the grass for a walk.

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 The deer head and neck were shot through the arrow and still stroll down the grass for a walk.


Photo: the injured wild deer Overseas network, May 2, according to CNN, recently, there are some strange wild deer in Oregon. Some of them have arrows on their faces, and some arrows around their necks. Since seeing people disappear quickly, investigators have no way to help them pull out arrows. Photo: the injured wild deer Photo: the injured wild deer In April 27th, police received a warning that a wild deer was found alive in the neck and alive. The agency immediately set up an investigation team and launched an investigation. Subsequently, the staff put pictures on the Internet, hoping that the public can provide clues. In May 1st, investigators found second wild deer that were injured. Then, in May 2nd, another suspected deer was wounded by an arrow. The Association for animal protection believes that criminals must be severely punished. The Hunters Association says that this is not a hunting season, and that cruelty to wildlife is a disrespect for hunting. Oregon police, animal protection association and Hunters Association are offering a reward for the case. So far, the bonuses have reached $2600. The source of this article: overseas network Author: Wang Mengtangs responsible editor: Li Hang _BJS4645 In April 27th, police received a warning that a wild deer was found alive in the neck and alive. The agency immediately set up an investigation team and launched an investigation. Subsequently, the staff put pictures on the Internet, hoping that the public can provide clues. In May 1st, investigators found second wild deer that were injured. Then, in May 2nd, another suspected deer was wounded by an arrow. The Association for animal protection believes that criminals must be severely punished. The Hunters Association says that this is not a hunting season, and that cruelty to wildlife is a disrespect for hunting. Oregon police, animal protection association and Hunters Association are offering a reward for the case. So far, the bonuses have reached $2600.