Are deer who have a perruque head in someway hampered from breading. I find it interesting that testicular damage causes deformities in the antlers; which raises a question - Is this natures way of showing the females that this male will not produce offspring? Do females tend to avoid those males with a perruque head and are they shunned more readily by males?
I have seen stags act "differently" around switches, but would assume that is more to do with self preservation.
Your thoughts please.