A white-tailed deer in Tennessee found in August with thick hair growing from both eyes had corneal dermoids, which are tumors made of skin and hair follicles. The deer also had epizootic hemorrhagic disease (EHD), which can cause fever and severe swelling but does not explain the dermoids.
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