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In England, a deer “adopted” by a herd of cows

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A few months ago, British wildlife photographer Andrew Fasek Peters took some interesting pictures of a deer nestled in a cow herd. Apparently, the young male could not settle down in the forest and went to look for new friends closer to people.A few months ago, British wildlife photographer Andrew Fasek Peters took some interesting pictures of a deer nestled in a cow herd. Apparently, the young male could not settle down in the forest and went to look for new friends closer to people.

The photographs were taken near a village in the English county of Shropshire. Peters was told about the “replenishment” in the herd by a neighbor who called him with the news that a horned new settler was wandering in the field with the cows.

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The deer does not experience any inconvenience and behaves on a par with the whole herd, grazes, lies on the grass, sleeps with everyone, moves after them to new pastures and looks quite happy with life in the herd.

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The field in Shropshire itself is owned by a farmer, and deer often come out of the forest to cross it. But such behavior is almost the first time a reindeer has been “adopted” by cows. Soon the young male will enter the rutting season and may leave his new friends in search of a female, but for now, he serves as a local landmark.

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