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Why I’m Always on the Lookout for a Good Set of Deer Lungs

You never forget your first pair

Photo by Pawel Czerwinski on Unsplash

In the fall, many New Englanders dress in camouflage and skip scented products like soap and deodorant. They’re getting up early to climb up into a tree with a gun or a bow in the hopes that they can shoot a deer.




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Emily Kingsley

Emily Kingsley

I mostly write about animals, including the human kind. Dead or alive. Also body parts. Contact me at She/her.

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