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WHITETAIL FAWNS -- are essentially odorless to predators. Newborns are able to walk within hours of being born, and the average fawn have two rows of white spots on both sides of the spine starting from the neck to the base of the tail, with an average of 294 to 306 scattered spots. If a doe has twin fawns, she will hide them in different locations. The twins are usually within 25 feet of each other, but sometimes are as far apart as 250 feet. Then the doe deliberately stays out of the area to minimize her scent, which could entice predators.

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Happy ALOHA Friday! I hope you all have a great weekend and spread your love and aloha with everyone you see! Remember how lucky we all are to be walking this beautiful Earth together! Lets all show everyone how much LOVE humans are capable of!
#heatherbrown #surfart
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creatures-alive:

Bush Kangaroo’s by Dean West
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