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Will you let me in, deer? Stag gets friendly with visitor to Scottish beauty spot 

Will you let me in, deer? Stag gets friendly with visitor to Scottish beauty spot

  • A walker stood still as a deer approached her while she stood by her vehicle in a Glen Coe carpark
  • Two wild deer seperated from the herd to approach a couple as they got into their car in Scotland
  • One brave red deer put its hoof up to the woman’s arm just as a photographer took its picture

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A majestic red deer was spotted putting up a hoof as if to greet a walker as she stood by the door of her car in Scottish moorland yesterday. 

The walker stood stock still as the deer intercepted her in a car park in Glen Coe – an area known for waterfalls and trails that climb peaks such as Buachaille Etive Mor and Bidean nam Bian.

Two wild deer seperated from their herd to approach the couple as they got into their car following an afternoon walk in the moors.

And a photographer was stunned when the deer appeared to ask for a lift in the car as it put up its hoof to the woman’s side.

Meanwhile, a seemingly oblivious man wasn’t looking at the spectacle as he sat in the driver’s seat.

Red deer graze on grasses and heather and are commonly found in woodland and on moorland right up to the mountain tops. Though widely distributed in Scotland, red deer aren’t found in the Northern Isles, other outlying islands, much of the central belt and in the south-east.                 

The walker stood stock still as the deer intercepted her in a car park in Glen Coe – an area known for waterfalls and trails that climb peaks such as Buachaille Etive Mor and Bidean nam Bian. Two wild deer seperated from their herd to approach the couple as they got into their car following an afternoon walk in the moors

A photographer was stunned when the deer appeared to ask for a lift in the car as it put up its hoof to the woman's side. Meanwhile, a seemingly oblivious man wasn't looking at the spectacle as he sat in the driver's seat. Red deer graze on grasses and heather and are commonly found in woodland and on moorland right up to the mountain tops

A photographer was stunned when the deer appeared to ask for a lift in the car as it put up its hoof to the woman’s side. Meanwhile, a seemingly oblivious man wasn’t looking at the spectacle as he sat in the driver’s seat. Red deer graze on grasses and heather and are commonly found in woodland and on moorland right up to the mountain tops

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