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Bad heart, teeth contributed to death of N.D. doe with quad fawns

Published 08/19/2012, Grand Forks Herald

It’s not conclusive, but a combination of poor health and old age appear to be the main factors in the death of a whitetail doe that gave birth to quadruplet fawns this past spring near Minto, N.D. The fawns, the first set of whitetail quadruplets ever documented in North Dakota, all died, as well.

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