Guthard says “I’ve hunted most of my live and I’ve never seen two animals locked horns like that, that were both alive.” He believes that the animals were competing for a doe when they got locked in combat. He used the phone while another officer lassoed the animals. “It’s just like roping cattle. We rope cattle quite a bit so it’s just another instinct,” Conservation Officer Pudge Donahue says.
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