Canadians have a reputation as polite, proper people, and it seems that reputation extends beyond just the human species – in this case, to a group of deer, who provided a perfect example recently of how to safely cross a road.
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In a video shared on Instagram by Kyle Berg, a group of deer can be seen lining up and crossing a road, one at a time, at a marked crosswalk Riding Mountain National Park, Manitoba.
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And while this is certainly something to see, it’s also not the first sighting of this sort of thing in Canada.
The leader of the group stops at an intersection, where a stop sign is located, before safely crossing the road.
So take a tip from these street-smart deer the next time you’re out and about: Using the crosswalk is always the best idea, and don’t forget to look both ways before you cross the street.