I shot a buck this year and only after cleaning the head did I notice that there is a 'second' tooth above the main set which slightly sticks out of the cheek bone,(its about 1cm higher than the rest). This has caused the second tooth in from the front to tilt back slightly so it is pointing more at a 45 degree angle than vertical.
I was just curious as to whether this was quite common or not? I have heard of curled inscisors before on roe deer but I think in this case its more like the extra tooth is pushing them out of shape.
Was interested to hear your views