A New Brunswick deer farmer died of multiple antler wounds and massive internal injuries after his domesticated herd attacked him Sunday night. Donald Dube went out to feed the deer and failed to return, prompting his wife to call the police. "What I can surmise in this case is the male deer detected the owner as being a threat," Sargent Marc Violette said.
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