So he finally died? That's sad, but not unexpected.
Dear evolution. I would like to lodge a complaint over the design of one animal in particular...
What you have here is about a buck and a half
What's with all the images of head ripping Deer lately? Is it common for them to rip the heads off their opponents?
Charged a dead deer and got it stuck to him.
Now he'll likely die.
The other buck might not have been dead when the two were entangled.
Though the decapitation definitely occurred post-mortem, rather than being the cause of death.
So how does one deer end up dying? Like internal decapitation from fighting so hard? And the other remains stuck to it until it dies or somehow gets freed? This is weird.
Why is it so common for a deer head on another deer?
Hey, the dumb things challenge things that are already dead. It's literally Darwin.