I just skinned out a Muntjac doe that I shot earlier in the week. She was walking around normally and feeding along a grassy ride. I noticed she had a twisted foot which stuck out to one side when I inspected the hooves and could see that the leg had been broken just above the hoof and healed. She was a good weight and carrying a foetus of about 20cm nose to tail.
When skinned I couldn't believe what I found! Both front legs had been badly broken in several places but had all healed in relatively straight lines. They looked like classic RTA injuries which I can only assume happened at the same time. How many other species of deer could bounce back from that kind of trauma to lead a normal life?
They really are born survivors eh?