DEER SPOTS MAN EATING APPLE AND BRINGS HER FAWN OVER FOR BITE.

Deer in a forest in southern Ontario have come to trust the people who pass through since they cannot be hunted there.

One man in particular has won their favor because he so freely gives them his apples.

As soon as they hear his first sharp bite, they emerge from the woods.
Wild animal feeding is no longer seen as a wise practice. They must develop self-sufficiency, and if they associate people with food, they may become aggressive.

But it’s clear from the over a million views on just one of his videos that viewers like to see these types of encounters between people and wild animals. Furthermore, let’s face it, they just approach us in order to grab a taste.
The two original movies’ spectators felt mesmerized by the animals’ elegance. They weren’t requesting food, but they were satisfied to carefully gather the fragments he sent their way.

Wow, what a wonderful, amazing experience! One person said, “That fortunate, lucky boy!” in the comments.
This image shows a deer communicating to the other animals that it was okay to approach while also checking to make sure he could be trusted by looking over his shoulder.

According to the video caption, this is an exceptional event, especially given that the deer let their young to come so close to the man.
This man ate an apple and threw the pieces on the ground after waiting till the deer were close enough to approach. In a hurry, the deer ran over to offer it to him. The fact that they brought their fawns along was the most startling feature.
A doe is very protective of her young, so the fact that she gave the all-clear signal was a particularly remarkable event.

“Does frequently bury their fawns in the thick grass, frequently alone, to keep them safe from predators…
The fawns constantly watch their mother, who uses a complex series of tail and ear motions to communicate with them.
She pulled her fawns quite near, providing a once-in-a-lifetime chance for this man.

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