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.
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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