Thanks! :] haha, yea I'm making most my statistics up, their to hard to find! lol
Heres my second par. it's kind of long but my teachers says thats good! lol
If the deer population gets over populated, they could become a big problem and possible an econmic nuisance. Deer are one of hte most unpredictable animals, espically when dealing with automobiles. You miught be driving down the road, day or night, and out of no where a deer jumps out in front of your car, you hit it. Not all of the accidents come out with a fatality or injuries, but they are still dangerous. In a county outside of Washington D.C. had 782 reported accidents in 1192, and by 1995, the number or accidents rose to 1,244. Deer are highly capable of spreading disease, such as Lym, which can be found in ticks that have been on deer. If someone is bitten by one of the invected ticks, it could be fatal, espically if they are old, young, or in poor conditions. There was almost 500 reported cases in Masachusettes in 1996. Another problem of over poplulation is that the deer could eat out their food supply and our crops. If this happens, it could be a big problem for farmes ans the deer themselves. Not only do they eat our crops, they even move in on the golf courses, eating the grass. One golfcourse owner stated that the deer out $51,000 worth of his landscape in 1996.