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A whitetail doe spent at least four days walking around with a plastic jar stuck on its head near the Hermantown, Minn., home of Janet Murphy. With some help, she found a way to remove the jar from the deer. Photo by Janet Murphy

Hermantown woman solves problem for deer with jar caught on its head

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DULUTH -- Clearly, the whitetail doe in Janet Murphy’s Hermantown yard had a problem. It was looking at the world through a large plastic jar.

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The clear jar was caught on the deer’s head, its top just below the animal’s ears. This happened sometime last month, Murphy said. With the jar on its head, it could neither eat nor drink.

“I’m just thankful it could get some air in there,” Murphy said.

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