Stag in Hole on Purpose

by Rebecca on December 26, 2010

in Animal Pictures,Funny Animal Pictures

Amateur photographer Mark Bridger spotted was out walking in Knole Park,
near Sevenoaaks, Kent when he saw an impressive antlered head seemingly
popping out of the ground. In fact the stag was resting during the mating
rut in one of dozens of ‘cologne’ holes dug by the animals around the park.
The holes are carved out of the Autumn earth by the male fallow deer – who
use them as a latrine which they then rub on their fur to attract females.


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