This is a picture i took of a deer in Fairfield county, CT. My buddy saw the deer a few times in his yard. It scared the heck out of his wife, when it came up the driveway making wierd sounds, like heavy breathing. The fibroma was all over her mouth, so she was having a hard time eating and breathing.
I sent the photo to the DEP, they confirmed it was fibroma.
Cutanious fibromas - are usually caused by a virus and are harmless tumors that occur on the skin of white-tailed deer. The tumors may be small and localized or numerous and extensive. In all cases, they are not harmful to either the deer, to humans, or to other livestock.
The growth on her chest is the size of a football. She had them on her back legs too.
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