Quebec Couple Tries to Save Deer With Head Stuck in Bucket
February 6, 2014
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A western Quebec couple that feeds deer in its backyard says one of the animals got its head stuck in a bucket last weekend and they, plus government officials, can't catch the deer to remove the bucket.
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