Sometimes you go for a jog and nothing happens except for maybe a cramp, and sometimes you go for a jog and a deer falls from mid-air and crushes you. So it went for an unnamed 27-year-old Virginia woman who was jogging when she was hit by a deer that had been sent airborne by a 71-year-old woman driving on a highway.
Hello little creature, and welcome to the world! This tiny softness, a baby doe, was born at the Queens Zoo (on May 3rd, though the Wildlife Conservation Society just released the announcement). See her in her woodland habitat. She sidles up next to a little branch and then peers out behind some shrubs. Nettles look enormous when this itsy quadruped approaches.
A Pennsylvania bus driver survived a terrifying encounter with a wild deer that burst through the windshield before frantically jumping around looking for a way out. The driver had some minor cuts on his hands from the broken glass but otherwise just wanted a copy of the security video "before it went viral."
Man, we've all been there, haven't we? So desperate for tacos that we crash antlers-first through our local Mexican joint's plate glass window, terrifying its poor employees before wandering dazed out back? Just a regular Sunday morning for us! And a sort of unique Monday afternoon for the Alpharetta, Ga. Taco Mac. (The deer lost an antler in the process but escaped otherwise.) [WYFF4 via HuffPo]
Knocking back up to three beers a day, this deer in China has become a major zoo attraction due to his drinking habit. When no brews are readily available, it'll class things up by sipping on some wine. Bottoms up!
CBS News brought in a helicopter to get footage of these two poor little guys. How they got into the Bronx is anyone's guess, but it was a nice choice because the Brooklyn Target is always packed.
This guy must be sweaty or something because there is no other reason to be startled by a deer. A chance encounter with a deer should be like those scenes in Stand By Me or The Queen.
After leaping over a fence at D.C.'s National Zoo, a small deer evaded capture by two hungry lions, drawing elated cheers and joyous tears from hundreds of onlookers. And then, they read the tale's horrible conclusion in today's Washington Post.