Several fishermen were out in the center of a body of water only to be shocked by the sight of a frustrated baby deer. The youngster was having a difficult time attempting to access the shore.
Although deer are generally highly adept at swimming, they usually only go into the water when they’re fearful of something. The ruminant mammals are capable of swimming a maximum of 13 miles per hour. They’re also equipped with insulating coats that are beneficial for maintaining warmth.
The wee fawn was in relatively deep H20 which worried the fishermen. Although there was indeed the possibility that he could have made it out of the water just fine, the fishermen didn’t want to risk it. He seemed so helpless and vulnerable, after all.
When one of the fisherman retrieves and holds the little deer prior to releasing him, the animal seems a little upset and confused — he has absolutely no idea what’s going on and what’s in store for him. The whole situation is full of tension and uncertainty for the creature. He attempts to wiggle out of the fisherman’s hold several times. He even loudly cries out of pure stress.
The fisherman has to try rather hard to keep the restless animal still. Thankfully for the frightened young deer, the fisherman’s intentions were 100 percent good and noble. When the fisherman finally frees the deer after reaching the store, the baby quickly runs back to where he came from on dry land — a truly happy ending for all involved.