Unusual appetite! Shocked lobster boat workers rescue drowning deer swimming 5 miles off the coast of Maine
- A deer was found by a lobster boat five miles off the coast in Maine
- The deer could be seen swimming with its head sticking out of the water
- Crew pulled the deer into safety and traveled 30 minutes to take it to a beach
A lobsterman and his crew took a break from their work along the coast of Harrison, Maine when they found a wayward deer that swam in the water.
Ren Dorr and his workers Shaun Dowling and Jared Thaxter found the deer about five miles offshore Monday.
& # 39; Found this little boy today 5 miles off the coast that drifted farther from the land, & # 39; placed Dorr on Facebook. & # 39; We could not let the poor man suffer and drown, so we brought him on board. & # 39;
A deer is seen by a lobstermen swimming in the water of Harrison, Maine
The deer sits quietly after a rescue by lobster boat workers in Maine
The deer is depicted on the lobster that is brought to safety on Monday
They safely brought the land animal back to its more familiar environment – a beach 30 minutes away for the crew.
The deer sat peacefully, curled up in a corner of the boat until they reached the shore.
When Dorr came close to the shore, he and another crew member placed the deer back in the water for a short dive to a beach.
When the boat came close to the shore, two crew members helped the deer off the boat
The lobster boat worker had a deer swim to the shore after he found the animal five miles to the sea
The deer swims to the coast after it is rescued
Ren Dorr (right) is one of the lobstermen who picked up a deer that saw a few kilometers from the coast
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