A deer covered in large tumors was spotted in Minnesota.
Bring Me The News reports that Julia Carrow captured photos of a deer that has a skin disease called fibromatosis, which is common for white-tailed deer, mule deer, and black-tailed deer in North America. The skin tumors are called fibromas, a result of a virus.
Carrow was shooting a senior session in Pipestone when the deer wandered past them. She said the deer didn't appear to be in any distress, nor did it look malnourished. She couldn't see its eyes, however.
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Photos: Julia Carrow via Bring Me The News