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He also found the fawn's twin, which was in similar straits, and removed the spines from its head.
Taking the fawns crossed his mind. What biologist wouldn't have considered it? Better to rescue and study them than let them become coyote snacks.
But he lacked that authority. He had no right to "take" them--and even if he had, there was no facility set up to nurture them.
"I know those fawns died," Hervert says.