Wildlife officials successfully remove arrow from young deer's headGeorge Dvorsky11/11/13 12:20pmFiled to: conservation73EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkA 5-month-old deer living in the forests of New Jersey was recently discovered wearing this rather unpleasant adornment. Mercifully, biologists from the Department of Environmental Protection were able to remove the arrow this past weekend.AdvertisementA property owner living near Rockaway Township (about 25 miles west of New York City) noticed the deer on November 1st. State officials eventually caught up with it and, after tranquilizing it, performed the surgery at a wooded private property. Miraculously, the arrow did not damage any major arteries or organs. The deer, which has been returned to the wild full of preventative antibiotics, is expected to survive. [AP | Photos: AP/New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection]Related: Bear brain surgery.