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Chital Deer With Broken Antler

Chital Deer With Broken Antler

In this closeup image captured with a telephoto lens, a Chital Deer rests, looking attentively, with one of its antlers significantly damaged and broken. The telephoto lens allows for an intimate and detailed examination of the deer's features, emphasizing the extent of the damage to its antler. The broken antler is visibly worn and damaged, conveying the challenges and experiences that the deer may have encountered. The close-up view captures the nuances of the deer's expression, perhaps reflecting a mixture of resilience and vulnerability.

Image ID#: 30923 / Category: Animals / Price: 499$
Chital Deer With Broken Antler
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