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Deer using crosswalk prove that politeness is a Canadian trait

Deer using crosswalk prove that politeness is a Canadian trait

Thursday, March 14, 2019

WASAGAMING — If you think Canadian people are overly polite, just wait until you see our deer.

In an amazing video shared on Instagram by Kyle Berg, a group of deer was captured crossing the road in the most Canadian way possible – in an orderly fashion, one at a time, and using a designated crosswalk.

Polite and law abiding – oh, Canada!

The video was taken inside Riding Mountain National Park and became an instant hit on social media. @vbdronography wrote, “They are so smart! Crossing the road at the right place” while @kristaginter12 said, “Seriously…awesome!!”

 

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Always use the crosswalk, and remember to press the button! #ridingmountainnationalpark #deer #exploremb #outside #deerts #winter

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The obedient deer harkens back to another incredible animal video. In January, a herd of monkeys in northern Japan was caught on camera walking across telephone cables, one by one, in what looked like a high-wire circus act.

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Animals in the wild have never been more entertaining!

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