Deer antlers fall off naturally because deer rub them against trees and use the antlers for physical altercations with other deer. The stress exerted on the antlers from these encounters can break the antlers off, or weaken them so they fall off with ease later in the season. Generally, deer grow the antlers for the winter and mating season, and then lose the antlers around spring. It is a yearly process the deer go through, as growing fingernails may be for humans.
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