When do deer lose their antlers?



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    Male deer (the deer that grow antlers) tend to shed them in the winter, usually November, December, or January. In warmer places, shedding can happen as late as February.

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    To add to interesting facts about deer antlers… antlers are the fastest growing tissue on earth. They grow from spring until fall, and while they are growing, they are covered with a soft, sensitive tissue called “velvet.” In the fall, the velvet sheds and the antlers harden. Finally, in the winter, the antlers are shed.

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