One Oklahoma hunter is making the rounds on social media at the moment for his recent harvest during the 2023 deer season.

Most Okies go a little crazy for the big, beautiful bucks we occasionally grow here, but this one is absolutely one-of-a-kind.

While the typical bucks get all of the fame, it's the non-typical variety like this that get remembered.

What you're looking at is what wildlife conservationists refer to as a "cactus" buck.

Cactus bucks are defined as male deer with abnormal growths on the antlers that tend to remain in velvet (thin hairy skin covering new antler growth).

What causes cactus bucks?

Mainly, it's a hormonal imbalance according to experts. Sometimes it can be due to disease or low testosterone, other times it can be caused by an immune response to an earlier injury, like a hurt or broken extremity.

Either way, it's going to make for a pretty stellar mount.

The Incredible Carvings of the World Famous "Pumpkin Gutter"

You've probably seen him on the Food Network, or perhaps you saw his photos in Ripley's Believe It or Not, SW Oklahoma native Scott Cummins is world-renowned for his amazing ability to carve pumpkins.

He carves other things too... Canalope, watermelon, the occasional cordog or two, but he's mostly known for his pumpkins. An artist to the core, Scott truly has an eye (and the skills) to find amazing creations in everything he touches.

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Where Should Buc-ee's Build Their First Oklahoma Location?

With Buc-ee's being back on the expansion bandwagon, Oklahomans are feeling like we're due for our first location... but where should the beaver conglomerate start in the Sooner State?

After compiling information from social media, here's a quick rundown on the locations Okies think would be a perfect fit for 24/7 hot brisket on the board.

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Oklahoma's Top 10 Halloween Costumes 2023

If you're still on the hunt for that perfect Halloween costume this year, here's what Hallowieners in Oklahoma are opting for.

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