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'Swamp People': Jay Paul Takes A Break From Hunting To Save An Orphaned Fawn (VIDEO)

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'Swamp People': Jay Paul Takes Time To Rescue Orphaned Fawn
'Swamp People': Jay Paul Takes Time To Rescue Orphaned Fawn

Most of the time on "Swamp People" (Thu., 9 p.m. ET on History), the drama comes from hunting and killing dangerous prey like alligators. But this week, a softer side emerged as Jay Paul came upon a weakened fawn. He speculated that it had been orphaned in a recent tropical storm.

"When I got to it, I could see it was skin and bones, probably hadn’t eaten in a couple of days. He’s helpless," Paul said. "If he dies, at least I know I tried. But if I leave him out here, he’s just gonna die."

Ultimately, he took the fawn to a game warden where it would have its best chance of survival. In the wild, it had no chance at all.

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