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'Concern' for deer populations

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Thousands of deer in Scotland are dying from starvation because of the cold and snowy as estate owners prepare for their worst losses in more than a decade.

Robbie Kernahan, director of deer management at the Deer Commission for Scotland, explains efforts to save the country's deer populations.

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