Veterinarian Terri Parrott comforts an injured Key deer after feeding her hibiscus leaves at Pembroke Park Animal Clinic. The deer was hit by a car and was flown into Broward for treatment.
Veterinarian Terri Parrott comforts an injured Key deer after feeding her hibiscus leaves at Pembroke Park Animal Clinic. The deer was hit by a car and was flown into Broward for treatment. J. Albert Diaz Miami Herald File/1996
Veterinarian Terri Parrott comforts an injured Key deer after feeding her hibiscus leaves at Pembroke Park Animal Clinic. The deer was hit by a car and was flown into Broward for treatment. J. Albert Diaz Miami Herald File/1996

They’re run over. They’re shot. Now they’re being eaten alive.

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