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Rutting stags draw safari tourists

16 September 2013 Last updated at 15:28 BST

Autumn in Scotland means rutting season for red deer.

The annual clash between stags fighting for mates has proved to be an increasingly popular tourist attraction.

VisitScotland said it highlights the growing importance of wildlife tourism to the rural economy.

David Miller, BBC Scotland's environment correspondent, went on a safari to see for himself.

Follow David on Twitter: @BBCDavidMiller

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