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Viral Video: Deer And Goose Form Unlikely Bond

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In adorable news, a deer in Buffalo, New York, is playing bodyguard to a nesting goose and her unborn goslings.

So, the deal is that when geese mate they mate for life, but when they lose that mate it’s a problem because male geese are typically the ones to defend the nest. Enter the savior deer who has been standing guard over the nest for over a week.

The goose decided to take up shop in a cemetery urn, creating a nest inside of it. Only problem is that in that specific cemetery, there are actually hired dogs that are used to chase away geese.

It was Craig Cygan, a regular patrol who leads his goose-chasing border collies around the cemetery, who discovered the nesting goose… and a deer standing guard next to the urn.

“I know their behaviors and their habits, and it was just unusual that you have a deer protecting a goose nest,” Cygan said. “For some reason they have a bonding relationship and it seems to be working.”

Watch the video below to find out more about this adorable relationship.

Via Huffington Post

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