The deer, identified as white-tailed bucks, can be seen engaged in a rather vicious fight, hitting out at each other with their front hooves. According to TWRA, bucks form "bachelor groups" when their antlers are growing and testosterone levels are low around this time of the year. Growing antlers are sensitive and bucks are very protective of them during this time, choosing instead to spar with their hooves, says TWRA.
"Amy and Bubba think these two bucks were working out their issues over a small food plot in Hardeman County," writes TWRA on Facebook.
He confirms there were no injuries to either deer. Click for more trending news
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