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    Injury found while skinning

    I found this injury while skinning a Buck. There was nothing obvious externally, no hair missing, and the Buck wasn't limping or anything.
    It was all on the surface with nothing found inside the meat.
    Any thoughts on what might have caused it?
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    Virtutis Gloria Merces

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    Bruising probably from a vehicle collision as a fair bit of muscle in that area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by morena View Post
    Bruising probably from a vehicle collision as a fair bit of muscle in that area.
    I'd agree, if it was just a couple of puncture wounds I'd say another buck as they are starting to sort their territories out now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by morena View Post
    Bruising probably from a vehicle collision as a fair bit of muscle in that area.
    +1.

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    Long Dog but thankfully got away.

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    could be narrow escape RTA but could still be another buck , seen some pretty serious damage from that. One thought possibly a swipe from big cat? looks a bit like that on the hide. Leopards deliver a pretty powerful punch as do puma. Beast of Bruighend!

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    looks to me like there are some punctures into the muscle so my guess is another buck

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    Looks like another Buck gave him a but up the arse to me

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