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LETTER: Browsing a deer diet

A group of young deer browse (they're not grazing) on a hill in north-end Dartmouth on Monday.
A group of young deer browse (they're not grazing) on a hill in north-end Dartmouth on Monday. - Tim Krochak

I know it’s pedantic to point this out, but the three deer in the front page photo on Sept. 18 were browsing, not grazing.

Browsers eat leaves. Grazers eat grass.

Deer will eat grass but they prefer leafy plants and shrubs.

Adam Bell, Dartmouth

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