In these videos you see herd of deer roaming the city streets in a place where they are considered sacred and are not allowed to be hunted.

In Nara Japan, home to the scared Todai-ji Temple, these deer are considered sacred and are not allowed to be harmed. However over the years the herd as multiplied greatly.

The deer are relatively peaceful, however when fed by tourist the herd can become very aggressive... There has recently been talk of "controlling" the deer population in Nara.

I know many hunters that swear by herd conservation, so I just wanted to put this question out there...