At 2 days old, this fawn is still unsteady on his long legs. The only clear instinct he has is to lie still and curled on the ground. He will not run from predators. Camouflage and silence are his only defenses.
At 2 days old, this fawn is still unsteady on his long legs. The only clear instinct he has is to lie still and curled on the ground. He will not run from predators. Camouflage and silence are his only defenses. Courtesy of Mary Parker Sonis
At 2 days old, this fawn is still unsteady on his long legs. The only clear instinct he has is to lie still and curled on the ground. He will not run from predators. Camouflage and silence are his only defenses. Courtesy of Mary Parker Sonis

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