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Endangered deer being moved from Cathlamet

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CATHLAMET, Wash. (AP) — For a buck who spends his whole life grazing on shrubs and grass, a generous spread of ripe apples and pears is too good to resist. And also too good to be true, as it turns out. Oblivious to the 24-foot-wide nylon net suspended above his head, the buck wanders into the pile of fruit. In an instant, the remote-controlled net drops, and eight men and women in camouflage...

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