When whitetail bucks fight, several outcomes are possible.

One deer gives up and runs off. One deer might be seriously wounded or even killed in the encounter. And occasionally the bucks will lock antlers during the fight, spelling doom for both.

Rarely do people find or witness such an event. But a Kansas man last month encountered two nine-point bucks whose antlers were solidly locked. Amazingly one of the deer had been mostly eaten, apparently by coyotes, while the other was exhausted from the struggle but uninjured and still entangled with carcass.

The Kansas City Star posted the story and incredible video the guy took with his cellphone of him trying to release the ensnared buck. Check it out:


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