Under side of whitetail deer chin
This is one of those hard to find deer photos. The reason might be that photos like this are hard to take. It shows muscle shape and definition, plus the lay or lack of lay of the hair, and position of the tactile whiskers.
Whitetail deer photos courtesy of
REAL DEER FORMS™ sculptor Glen Conley
Limitations are that the photos be used solely for your own personal reference use.
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When you saw the above photo you probably thought it was another live deer photo because of the clean lip line and natural lay of the hair at the mouth corners, but it's not. It's a mount on a REAL DEER FORM. One way you can tell it's not a live deer........live deer don't have bubble wrap stuffed in their nose holes!
The deer chin photo above is that of a buck that was just mounted on a REAL DEER FORM, you can see he's still a little damp behind the chin, he's probably also a little wet behind the ears.