An area that has big mature whitetails, has it always had big mature whitetails? A study off B&C website suggesting that knowing how deer behave with dominance and the distribution of mature dominant bucks and immature bucks and knowing how Darwin's theory of evolution works "survival of the fittest," Is it true that if you have many big mature whitetails "let's say scoring in the 160's", that in order for the other deer in the area to breed and spread their genes Do they "Have" to grow and become the 160 inch big mature buck in order to knock off the other competition in the area? Disregarding the one lucky immature buck that catches a lucky break catching a doe when she becomes ready to bread.
Question by PJ. Uploaded on November 01, 2012