Amazing Indian Animals – White Deer Photograph

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White Deer

White Deer Photograph Deer Facts

Check out our range of fun deer facts for kids. Learn about deer antlers, what a young deer is called and much more.

Deer are part of the Cervidae family that include moose, reindeer, elk and other species.

Male deer grow new antlers each year.

Animals such as antelope resemble deer in a number of ways but have horns instead of antlers, the difference being that horns are not grown and replaced like antlers are.

During the mating season male deer will often use their antlers to fight for the attention of female deer.

Many species of deer have been hunted over the years for their antlers.

A male deer is usually called a ‘buck’.

A large male deer is often called ‘stag’.

A female deer is usually called a ‘doe’.

A young deer is usually called a ‘fawn’.

A group of deer is known as a ‘herd’.

Deer have long legs typically suited to the environments they live in.

They can jump high and swim well.

Most deer are born with white spots but lose them within a year.

Deer take their first steps within half an hour of their birth.

Young deer will usually stay with their mother for around a year.

10 thoughts on “Amazing Indian Animals – White Deer Photograph

    reocochran said:
    September 12, 2013 at 03:28

    So sweet and looks so young! He or she is rather frail and wobbly!


    mykidshave4legs said:
    September 11, 2013 at 10:53

    so cute!


    Anonymous said:
    August 28, 2013 at 01:07

    So delicate and dainty! Namaste. . . .Anne


    joshiphotoeye said:
    August 19, 2013 at 02:07

    critical one..:)


    elenacaravela said:
    August 16, 2013 at 19:38



    mandasiefert39 said:
    August 15, 2013 at 15:50

    Reblogged this on Amanda's Words / starfire8me and commented:
    this is a very pretty deer!


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