I took my Dad out today on the bit of ground I got, the aim was to get him onto a deer but as it happens the one we took off the ground I shot.
It was a yearling doe, fairly small and before I started to gralloch her, I was sure she wouldn't be pregnant.
When I opened her up, she was pregnant, much to my surprise, she was carrying a single doe about 12cm in length. Once I removed the green gralloch, I split the diaphram to remove the pluck, on doing this I immediatley noticed her lungs were extremely pink, I have not noticed this before, certinally not this pink, once the pluck was removed, I did the usual inspection etc, her right lung was 2/3rds the size of the left lung and had strange purple blemishes on it. It appeared to have been split also, instead of a complete lung, it was whats best described as an 80/20% split.
The Doe was neck shot so it's not damage from the shot.
Here a couple of pics although they are not the best.