Here’s a great article on the Science Dailywebsite about how protective the female Mule Deer is of her own fawns and those from the Whitetail Deer family, too. They go to great lengths against predators to protect the youngsters.
Susan Lingle, a researcher in the Department of Psychology at the University of Lethbridge in Canada, and her team observed this unique behavior on a large cattle ranch in southern Alberta.
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