A key deer doe relaxes with her fawn on Big Pine Key in this undated photo. Federal officials are waiting to see what impact Hurricane Irma had on the endangered key deer population, which is only found in the Keys.
A key deer doe relaxes with her fawn on Big Pine Key in this undated photo. Federal officials are waiting to see what impact Hurricane Irma had on the endangered key deer population, which is only found in the Keys. FWS
A key deer doe relaxes with her fawn on Big Pine Key in this undated photo. Federal officials are waiting to see what impact Hurricane Irma had on the endangered key deer population, which is only found in the Keys. FWS

What happened to the tiny Key deer during Hurricane Irma?

September 11, 2017 05:31 AM

UPDATED September 11, 2017 09:15 AM

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