This might sound like a stupid question, but I'll ask anyways. A co-worker Shot a 16 point buck that had one side typical and the other non-typical. I was wondering if this is possible without injury to the deer or the antler in velvet? The non-typ side is tilted inwards slightly and is really palmated with the brow tine coming out of the skull inside the main beam (between the antlers). Just curious if the genetics of the deer could produce only one side non-typ?
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injury. But I suppose anything is possible. It might be a freak of nature.