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What is This Wild Animal Roaming The Streets of Twin Falls?

Josh Martin
Josh Martin

Have you seen wild animals like this roaming the streets on the north end of Twin Falls?

If you’ve livedĀ in Idaho long enough, you’re probably aware that nature often crosses into residential areas all over town.

But it’s been some time since I’ve seen deer running through a heavily populated neighborhood .

These pictures were posted to social media by Josh Martin of Twin Falls, who followed the deer through a North Twin Falls neighborhood late Thursday night.

What kind of wildlife have you seen recently around Twin? Leave a comment or post a pic of your recent encounters.

Josh Martin
Josh Martin

 

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