Ryan Peterson was skating at the Lake of the Woods near Kenora during his lunch break when he came across a family of white tail deer.
The six-point buck crashed into Griff Henderson's home in Edmond, Oklahoma, through a storm door and wreaked havoc.
Morgan Taylor, a student at High Point University, went to the salon on Thursday night to get her nails done. Midway through her manicure, she looked over and saw a skinned animal being cut apart on a blue tarp on the floor.
"This was by all accounts an accidental shooting that occurred after the men were looking for a deer that one brother had shot earlier with his muzzle loading rifle," sheriff deputies said.
"These are some of the dangers that come when you try to domesticate, or even just feed wildlife, which is a major issue we start to see this time of year," said wildlife officer Casey Westbrook.
The last documented individual was killed by a hunter in 1990.
Researchers say their findings represent some of the first evidence that evolutionary changes are affecting the time of year that wild animals give birth.
The male buck weighed around 200 pounds, according to reports.
"I've worked for the Game and Fish Commission for 20 years, and it's one of the stranger things that's happened," an Arkansas wildlife official said.
Nara park is home to more than 1,000 free-roaming sika deer which have been designated a national treasure and are even considered sacred by some.
Only game that's been "accidentally struck" can be consumed as meat. So drivers can't intentionally mow down a wild animal for fast food.
Daniel Knowlen told police his 14-year-old was "just being funny" but acknowledged he "probably could have" stopped him.
"Let us determine whether or not the footage you have can provide us with any investigative clues," said FBI spokesperson Shelley Lynch.
Russian police found the antlers outside a small town near the Polish border.
Twins are common in deer. Conjoined twins are not.
The Book of Deer, written at the monastery, is an illuminated manuscript—embellished with gold and silver—from the Bible's New Testament.