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Male Deer are called bucks, bulls, stags or harts (stags being the most common). Female Deer are called does, cows or hinds (doe being the most common). Young Deer are called Fawns, yearlings or calves (fawn being the most common); they are born with fur, which is covered with white spots. The spots disappear as they get older (except for Fallow Deer). Since Fawns do not have a scent, this helps them remain undetected by the enemies. A fawn starts taking its first steps around 20 minutes after being born.

The rut is the mating season of ruminant animals such as Deer, Sheep, Moose, Elk, Caribou, Goats and Antelope. During the mating season, Stags fight one another, with the help of their antlers, in order to attract mates in a given herd. The breeding season of Deer is usually between October and January.

The average size of a litter is one or two fawns.

The Deers lifespan is roughly 10 years in the wild.

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Deer live in their established territories for life; it is said that they prefer to starve than to leave their territory. The territory is marked by leaving a strongly scented substance called Pheromone. It is present in almost all the species of Deer and found in the facial gland present in the front of each eye.

The eyes of Deer, being situated on the sides of their head, afford them a 310 degree view.

Mule Deer have no upper teeth.

Deer are members of the order Artiodactyle, which means that they have hoofs with an even number of toes.

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Deer are native to all continents except for Australia and Antarctica. There are more or less a 100 types of Deer, including the Whitetail Deer, Reindeer, Elk, Moose, Mule Deer, Black-tail Deer and Caribou.

The common habitat of the Deer varies from open land, woodland, swamps and mountains.

The Deer’s diet consists of grass, leaves, stems, shoots, berries, herbs, acorns, mushrooms, bushes, saplings, wild fruit and agriculture crops, like corn and soy beans. Deer become less active in winters and this way, they survive on only one third of the diet they normally eat.

The sound made by a Deer is referred to as a bellow.

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Fully grown Deer reach the height of 2.1m (7ft).

The smallest member of the Deer family is the Pudu (Pudua Humilis), native of the Chilian Andes, which is 33cm (13ins).

Deer have compact bodies with long, powerful legs.

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Deer are excellent swimmers. They have hollow strands of hair that help them remain insulated from extremes of temperature and also prevent them from drowning.

Deer have been found to inhabit a variety of biomes, ranging from tundra to the tropical rainforest.

Except for the Chinese water Deer, all male Deer have antlers. These antlers are shed and re-grown every year. The only species of Deer in which the Doe have antlers is the Reindeer (Caribou).

Each of the species of Deer has an antler structure that is different from the others.

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The antlers of Deer are the fastest growing living tissue on earth.

Deer have a great sense of hearing and can even move their ears in any direction, without moving the head. They also have an excellent sense of smell and can detect predators from a long distance away.

Deer raise their tails, as a sign of warning to others.

Airplanes in America collide with an average of 2 Deer each year on runways (according to federal aviation records).

In America there are about 1.5 million vehicle collisions with Deer each year, costing over $1 billion and killing between 150-170 people each year (National Highway Traffic Safety Administration).

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