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Washington Fish and Wildlife Department wildlife biologists Annemarie Prince, front, and Dana Base, right, remove a tooth and take measurements on a whitetail deer buck brought in to the Deer Park, Wash., hunter check station. The deer was brought in by Matt Van Horn, back left, who is talking to hunter education instructor Dean Kramer.

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Washington Fish and Wildlife Department wildlife biologists Annemarie Prince, front, and Dana Base, right, remove a tooth and take measurements on a whitetail deer buck brought in to the Deer Park, Wash., hunter check station. The deer was brought in by Matt Van Horn, back left, who is talking to hunter education instructor Dean Kramer.



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