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  • The fallow deer with baler twine in its antlers
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    The fallow deer with baler twine in its antlers
    07/11/2019
    Antony Lowe/Solent News/SIPA
    Pictured: The fallow deer with baler twine in its antlers.

    A stag grazes with baler twine tangled around its antlers. The fallow deer does not appear to be in distress because of the twine, but it sends a worrying message to environmental authorities.

    Bailer twine is a type of string or rope used by farmers to wrap around bales of straw or hay to keep them compact. Photographer Antony Taylor spotted the deer at Stoney Cross in the New Forest, Hants. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS.

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  • The fallow deer with baler twine in its antlers
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    The fallow deer with baler twine in its antlers
    07/11/2019
    Antony Lowe/Solent News/SIPA
    Pictured: The fallow deer with baler twine in its antlers.

    A stag grazes with baler twine tangled around its antlers. The fallow deer does not appear to be in distress because of the twine, but it sends a worrying message to environmental authorities.

    Bailer twine is a type of string or rope used by farmers to wrap around bales of straw or hay to keep them compact. Photographer Antony Taylor spotted the deer at Stoney Cross in the New Forest, Hants. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS.

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  • The fallow deer with baler twine in its antlers
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    The fallow deer with baler twine in its antlers
    07/11/2019
    Antony Lowe/Solent News/SIPA
    Pictured: The fallow deer with baler twine in its antlers.

    A stag grazes with baler twine tangled around its antlers. The fallow deer does not appear to be in distress because of the twine, but it sends a worrying message to environmental authorities.

    Bailer twine is a type of string or rope used by farmers to wrap around bales of straw or hay to keep them compact. Photographer Antony Taylor spotted the deer at Stoney Cross in the New Forest, Hants. SEE OUR COPY FOR MORE DETAILS.

    Please...