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But with regulation, management and their capacity to adapt, the whitetails bounced back.
The cougar takes the whitetail to the ground, its powerful jaws clamped on the animal's neck.
The area supports abundant wildlife for whitetail deer, turkey and hog hunting.
Head south on Route 59—the border is 350 miles away—and the city quickly gives way to open fields, roadside stands selling pecans and honey, and gas stations that will process your hog or whitetail deer into jerky for $50.
Whitetail took off with the other racing birds from France to cross the English Channel but, along with most of the other birds, vanished.
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