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    The rabbit is most likely to circle right back to the same spot
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    Originally posted by redstorm
    The rabbit is most likely to circle right back to the same spot
    right again your turn

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    What does a beaver eat? And what happens to a beavers teeth if it doesnt keep eating?

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    The inner bark of trees or softer branches of trees like birch, and poplar, they form the bulk of the beaver's diet.
    Beaver also eat the shoots, bark, and leaves of other trees, like the elm, oak, and willow. Beaver will also eat crops, especially corn and water plants also form part of the diet.

    I have heard if a beaver doesn't wear down it's teeth then they will grow and could evenually fuse in it's own jaws and then penetrate the brain killing the animal. But I have never seen this happen and I think teh animal would die of hunger before that.

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    right, your turn

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    What veggie smell is the smell that a female cooperhead produces?

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    Originally posted by ram95
    What veggie smell is the smell that a female cooperhead produces?
    cucumbers

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    Is this only the female that produces this smell, i always thought that copperheads in general produced it?

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    What family do Copperheads Rattlesnakes and cottonmouths belong to?:sleep:

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    if i aint wrong its the pit viper family

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    Why during the field dressing procedure is the Tarsel Gland removed from a deer

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    Well I know that it makes scent for the deer and I guess that it might make the meat taste nasty if it is leaking or something so you would want to get it out and used the oil for making scent by mixing it with urine.

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    Originally posted by piratepride
    if i aint wrong its the pit viper family
    You aint wrong it is the pit viper family!

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    [QUOTE]Why during the field dressing procedure is the Tarsel Gland removed from a deer[QUOTE]

    Acutually this is an old wives tale. The tarsal gland does not have to be removed, and it does not taint the meat at all. The gland can be removed to use on other hunts, because deer use their nose so well and the scent of another gland means a challenge to the dominant buck of your particular hunting area.

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    thats right bubs

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