Fallow deer

  • Fallow Deer
  • Fallow Deer
  • Fallow Deer
  • Fallow Deer
  • Fallow Deer
  • Fallow Deer
  • Fallow Deer
  • Fallow Deer
  • Fallow Deer
  • Fallow Deer
  • Fallow Deer
  • Fallow Deer
  • Fallow Deer
  • Fallow Deer
  • Fallow Deer

The fallow deer (Latin: Dama dama) is a ruminant mammal belonging to the family Cervidae. This common species is native to western Eurasia, but has been introduced to South Africa.The male fallow deer is known as a buck, the female is a doe, and the young a fawn. Adult bucks are 140–160 cm (55–63 in) long with a 85–95 cm (33–37 in) shoulder height, and typically 60–100 kg (130–220 lb) in weight; does are 130–150 cm (51–59 in) long with a 75–85 cm (30–33 in) shoulder height, and 30–50 kg (66–110 lb) in weight. The largest bucks may measure 190 cm (75 in) long and weigh 150 kg (330 lb).[5] Fawns are born in spring at about 30 cm (12 in) and weigh around 4.5 kg (9.9 lb). The life span is around 12–16 years.

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