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Facts about Deer
  
Glowing Deers!by VinothChandar on Flickr


1.Most deer are usually pregnant for 6 months before they give birth.

 

2.The world record for a white tail deer is 333 7/8 Boone and Crockett points

 

3.At birth, white-tailed deer fawns are spotted with white and weigh between 3 and 6 lbs

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Something for the weekend sir???...:O)by law_keven on Flickr


1.It varies for every animal, but in most cases they average around a foot to a foot and a half tall

 

2.Deer range in size from the moose, which may reach a shoulder height of 7.7 ft, to the pudu, which can be as little as 25 cm


3.The largest confirmed white tail dear was 375 pounds and had 50-60 points. That's enormous!

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Hungry deerby Micky** on Flickr

1.Yes white tailed deer are color blind


2.A swift runner, the white tailed deer can reach 30 miles per hour.

 

3. The white tail deer can leap as high as eight feet!

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graceful deerby Dawn Huczek on Flickr

1. The white-tailed deer is a medium-sized deer native to the United States and they live about 10 years in the wild and 20 years in captivity

 

2. White-tailed deer are browsers and grazers. They eat the twigs, buds and leaves of a wide variety of plants

 

3.A mature white-tailed deer is 3.5 feet tall at the shoulder. They can weigh up to 300 lbs

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Mother's Loveby Koshyk on Flickr

1.Most whitetail deer lose their antlers during the months of December or January

 

2.Baby deer lose their spots by the end of their first winter

 

3.Fawns are born in late spring and summer and by early November a male fawn weighs about 85 pounds and a female about 80 pounds

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