Conjoined Fawns Found in Minnesota

A stillborn conjoined deer was found in Minnesota and studied at the University of Georgia. Photo: Courtesy University of Georgia
A stillborn conjoined deer was found in Minnesota and studied at the University of Georgia.

May 10, 2018 03:26 PM

Back in 2016, a Minnesota mushroom hunter came across a unique find: a pair of conjoined deer fawns. 

According to the University of Georgia, where the fawns were studied, the deer will be making their way back to Minnesota to be displayed at the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources headquarters. A skeletal display will be kept at the University of Minnesota Veterinary Anatomy Museum. 

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