Deer scat is always found in piles of multiple pellets but each pellet may be single or attached in a clump or cluster called spring-cakes. Quantities of 50 or more pellets at a time are common in each dump. Individual pellets are more tubular than round and may have a dimple on one end and a nipple or point on the other. In dry climates these pellets may last for a year or longer.
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