‘One-in-a-million’ buck spotted by former hunter

A Michigan man stunned the internet after sharing images of a “one-in-a-million” deer he found during a photography session. Steve Lindberg, a former state representative living in the state’s Upper Peninsula, spotted the creature, the Detroit Free Press reported. The whitetail buck, which Lindberg said was traversing the snowy woods “with his girlfriend” had one striking, highly uncommon feature: A third antler. “I don’t recall ever seeing a three antlered deer before,” Lindberg shared in a Facebook post along with a photo of his rare find. Dr. Steve Edwards, of Michigan’s Lakeview Animal Clinic, told the Detroit Free Press that in his 30 years as a veterinarian, he’s never even heard of such an animal. “I’ve never seen one. I’ve never heard of one,” Edwards said. “I’d say it’s probably a one-in-a-million thing”. Edwards said that based on the photos, the deer appeared to be a “normal, healthy, good-looking buck”. Regardless of the third antler’s origins, the phenomenon drew plenty of attention online. “That’s insane,” one commenter wrote. “A tricorn!” another remarked