A piebald deer is a whitetail that has an extra chromosome. The feet are splayed, the metatarsal bones (shins) are about 2 to 3 inches shorter than a normal deer, the tail is longer in length, and some have Roman noses (humped). Sometimes, they have prognathia (an underbite). This ones features borderlined more toward those of a normal whitetail.This deer was killed by David Osborne of Watkinsville, GA. On Sallie Dahmes' farm. The deer is a 6 1/2 year old and scored 142. It was skinned out using a case incision from the tarsals to the anus and one straight incision from antler to antler. I also split the tail. I cut around the hooves and skinned up high enough to saw off the leg bones and not cut the skin. Artificial feet were made using RTV and Por-A Cast. I took the mount out in the yard and took these photos with a macro lense.