The Outdodor Hub reports the occurrence of a relatively unknown deer malady, which researchers have dubbed "Bullwinkle" syndrome. Deer with this malady develop a rounded, moose-like snout, which is probably caused by a bacterial infection. Researchers say they can't be certain the disease is new. They speculate that the increase in trail cams are responsible for the increase in "Bullwinkle" sightings. Meanwhile, research into the disease continues. Read more at the Outdoor Hub.