Goose Gets A Guardian

Submitted by: kitteh9lives 6 years ago in

A goose lost her mate during nesting season, but nature provides her with a new friend to watch over her and her eggs.
There are 38 comments:
Female 400
Perhaps the Goose has promised the deer her first-born. :P
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Male 511
@chimmeychang Actually, deer have been known to eat the skulls and legs of bird hatchlings. They need the calcium for their antlers.
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Female 226
D`aww of the day x)
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Male 975
When I saw this on the news the other day it really made my day.

For some reason I`ve got a thing for water fowl and I`m originally from downstate so I think of deer as some mystical creatures.
Deer+Goose=great
A Deer+Duck=perfect

Oh, but drat swans I don`t like swans.
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Male 684
"you would think they would be aggressive towards deer" yes, because deer love eggs in the morning.
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Male 76
"special friendship" lol
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Male 3,076
Damn you I want my Foie gras!
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Female 28
baaaaw...heartwarming...
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Male 2,424
Man we could shoot and eat both. Yum.

Oh eggs too. For breakfast.
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Male 1,196
OMG it`s Mother Goose
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Male 260
i want the updated story
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Female 2,764
I hope we find out what happens!!!!
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Male 696
...and then the goslings hatched with antlers.

Mystery solved.
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Male 6
well deer will eat baby ducks... maybe just waiting for an easy meal???
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Male 210
This makes me happy to be from Buffalo. ^_^ Sweet little goose.
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Male 10,440
Sounds like a slow news day.

Sensationalism is in full swing.
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Male 15,510
What will happen when the eggs hatch :-?
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Male 1,023
Well, teq, we already have flying dear. How do you think your presents get under your tree each year?
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Male 25,416
Random
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Male 2,516
it ends with someone having goose for lunch, venison for dinner, and eggs for breakfast the next morning
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Male 4,807
That deer is going to have a hell of a time going south this winter...maybe he can book a cheap flight with west-jet.
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Male 216
This is how new species begin, well end up either with geese with antlers or flying deers
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Female 2,674
I`m usually a sucker for this type of crap. But this one didn`t do it for me. I think I`m with qquuaacckk...
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Male 261
animals are awesome this story is amazing
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Male 1,587
Poor meteorologist. He doesn`t have a real job, so he has to act as a field reporter on lame stories.
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Male 209
All I see is a deer sitting next to a goose. Show me video footage of the deer taking a "defensive stance" when the goose is not in the nest, and maybe we`ll talk...oh, and a deer standing up is not a defensive stance.
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Female 407
awwwe :)
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Male 332
Female 152
Animals are so very fascinating. Its amazing how little we actually know about them and their true behaviors. I know a good chunk of the world believes that animals are nothing more than that, animals. However I`m part of the few who believe that animals have a far greater understanding of the world than we do ourselves. I`m not a PETA activist, mind you, I just appreciate what this video shows; Animals can understand one another, crudely of course, and can demonstrate more compassion than we ever could.
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Female 7,866
What is so funny about being a goose expert- I know several.
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Male 2,440
The deer doesn`t care about the goose. He hid money in that urn and then came back to find a goose on it. He can`t tell the goose or else the goose would want the money too. Fûckin` geese.
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Male 38,482

nom nom nom nom


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Female 2,525
That deer is nothing but a bleeding heart, socialist libtard, giving handouts to single moms.
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Male 1,091
Goose expert... LOL!
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Male 261
all i can see is a blank :(
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Male 2,097
When the eggs hatch will the gooslings have antlers?
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Male 37,783
Inter-species sexxxy times! When those eggs hatch there`s going to be a big surprise! (lolz!)
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Female 8,044
Link: Goose Gets A Guardian [Rate Link] - A goose lost her mate during nesting season, but nature provides her with a new friend to watch over her and her eggs.
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