“An inquisitive buck, with an impressive set of antlers, looks out through the bushes.”
- The collective noun for a group of deer is a herd.
- A young deer is called a fawn, kid or calf.
- A female deer is usually known as a doe.
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There are many different types of deer! Here are some common types of deer:
- Red Deer: a large species of deer native to Europe, North Africa, and western Asia.
- White-Tailed Deer: a medium-sized deer found throughout North and Central America.
- Fallow Deer: a medium-sized deer that is common in Europe and parts of Asia.
- Reindeer: a species of deer found in colder northern regions of the world, including Scandinavia and Siberia.
- Roe Deer: a small species of deer found throughout Europe and parts of Asia.
- Mule Deer: a medium-sized deer found in western North America.
- Black-Tailed Deer: a medium-sized deer found in western North America.
- Marsh Deer: a large species of deer found in South America.
- Moose: the largest species of deer, found in northern regions of the world.
- Pudu: the smallest species of deer, found in South America.
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