Have you ever wondered what becomes of the deer you hit but can’t find? The folks at Lone Star Outdoor News have shed light on this age-old concern by photographing a slain buck every minute for five days. The results show the variety of animals that feed on a carcass and how such an occasion effects nearly an entire ecosystem.
Fair warning: While incredibly interesting, given the subject matter, this clip is not for the faint of heart.
No one said the circle of life was pretty.