Deer

Common Fallow Deer

Magnificent and branched horns

The fallow deer is a mammal from the deer family. It reaches a length of 140 to 160 cm and a weight of up to 150 kg. It is widespread in Turkey, the Balkans and Italy, but has been introduced to other parts of Europe, America, Australia and South Africa.

Characteristics

Order:
Artiodactyla

Family:
Cervidae

Scientific name:
Dama dama

Habitat:
Forest, bushes, lawn

Origin:
Western Asia and the Eastern Mediterranean

Current trend:
Unknown

Number of individuals in the world:
Unknown

Lifetime:
12-16 years

*Source iucnredlist.org

Chital

Elegant, colorful and fast

The axis deer, also known as the spotted deer, originates from the Indian subcontinent. This deer has a golden-red coat with white spots, and only males have antlers up to 1 meter long. They are active during part of the day, adapted to different temperatures, often moving in a single line in search of food and water.
They are loud animals, known for their distress sounds.

Characteristics

Order:
Artiodactyla

Family:
Cervidae

Scientific name:
Axis axis

Habitat:
Forest, savannah, grassland

Origin:
Indian subcontinent

Current trend:
Unknown

Number of individuals in the world:
Unknown

Lifetime:
10-15 years

*Source iucnredlist.org

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