why are they hanging out there, they should be in forest grassland. why don't authorities move them.. or could anyone care less, prob not, which is
about norm in todays lost world... thanks for sharing
I can remember traveling in the Sierra Nevada range in 1980. Large herds of mule deer were on the road, seemingly round every turn. They would simply
make space for the car to travel through as we rolled slowly along. No harm, no foul.
Well, if they're not hurting anyone, getting hurt in human areas, and humans aren't hurting them, then I don't see why they would be a problem.
This could be a really good example of humans and wildlife really managing to live together harmoniously.
I have been to Nara & can attest to its beauty. These deer are everywhere & you can even purchase small cookie bundles around the park & hand feed
them: it is magical.
They are very much at home here amongst the local Japanese folk & all the tourists that flow in & out every day. I am sure they are certainly not seen
as a pest.
I noticed also some of the pavers on the footpath have been replaced by plaques with deer carved into them & also on some of the poles they are
painted; all point towards the peoples reverence & love for this beautiful animal.
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