BATTLE ROYALE: Whitetail Buck Vs. Texas Ram – Did The Victor SURPRISE You?

Buck vs. Ram. Just because there are no claws or fangs, doesn't mean they won't get scrappy over territory.

Written by Outdoor Beasts Staff on December 11, 2017

Buck vs. Ram. Just because there are no claws or fangs, doesn’t mean they won’t get scrappy over territory.

They both had a lot on the line.

The buck was defending the little ones. And the Ram was defending his turf.

What, did the ram think that buck would just tuck tail and run?

Guess again. It was a clash.

Fortunately, that clash made it to video.

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