Deciduous forests, coniferous forests, and open natural areas in Europe, North Africa, and introduced to North and South America.
Up to 16 years
Does (females): 30-50 kg
Stags (males): 60-100 kg
Number of offspring
Did you know…
- You can recognize a fallow deer by its rump or “mirror.”
- It has a white patch surrounded by two black stripes and a black tail, resembling the number 111.
- Only males grow antlers.
- Fallow deer have a wide field of vision in all directions except directly behind them, due to the positioning of their eyes on the sides of their head.
- Fallow deer live in several groups known as herds or “sounders”.
- In summer, roe deer have spots on their fur.
- Fallow deer come in various colors, including white, black, dark, and the common light brown.
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