(ABCNews) -- People are not the only ones struggling with the floodwaters in the Midwest.
We've seen some amazing pictures of flooding. But few things will top this.
A group of deer stranded on a small hill on a property in Jefferson County,
Wisconsin. They moved to higher ground when the flooding started and have
been stuck there since. They don't venture out into the water.
The man who lives there uses a boat to bring the deer hay.
He says the deer are New Zealand Red-Tails, and he can't move them because of the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) rules related to chronic wasting disease.
Jefferson County is in southern Wisconsin west of Milwaukee.
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