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  • Anyone who has hunted deer has pondered the question when a buck walks out sporting a fine antler with multiple points on one side and a puny spike or much less desirable antler on the other side. Many hunters, who shoot the deer as a “cull,” blame that abnormality on a genetic defect, but Gabe Karns, a graduate student at Auburn University, hopes to determine if that theory “holds water.”
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