National Geographic : 1939 Jul
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE FROM THE BIG SENSITIVE EARS SHE GOT HER NAME-MULE DEER Cutover timberland, with a second growth, is a favorite feeding place for this graceful animal. When alarmed, she bounds high and wide over the tangled forest, rarely tripping or stumbling. (c) National tieographic Society Kodachromcs by Wendell Chapman BASHFUL BLOND AND BRAVE BRUNETTE PEEP OUT AT THE WORLD The "cinnamon" cub is a full brother of the coal-black youngster. The two color phases often occur in the same litter. In the six months since their birth in the Montana Rockies, each has grown from the size of a grapefruit to a furry bundle weighing about 70 pounds.