The article focuses on hunter Fred Bear, who claims that the white-tailed deer of North America is the most difficult animal to hunt. Bear says that he gave up gun hunting because it was too easy. It mentions several animals killed by Bear such as a bull elephant, a polar bear in the Arctic and a Bengal tiger in India. Information regarding Bears' experience of hunting white-tailed deer along with associate editor Ray Kennedy of "Time" magazine on Saint Martin Island in Michigan is presented.
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