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White-tailed Deer. By: Robert McKain. Facts 1. They range from the tree line in Canada to subequatorial South America. There are about 100 types of deer. Facts 2. They are the only animal that posses antlers. The White-tailed Deer is named for its broad tail which is white on the underside.

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White-tailed Deer

By: Robert McKain


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Facts 1

They range from the tree line in Canada to subequatorial South America

There are about 100 types of deer


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Facts 2

They are the only animal that posses antlers.

The White-tailed Deer is named for its broad tail which is white on the underside.


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Name

Class : mammalsSubclass : herbivoresOrder : artiodactyla (artios even, dactylos finger)Suborder : ruminantiaFamily : cervidae

Genus : Odocoileus

Species : virginianus


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The direction of movement is visible by the ground projection on the front of the print as well as small skids forward on slipping ground.

Tracks

One can see a clear difference in the size of the print between a male (on the left) and a female (on the right).


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Habitat projection on the front of the print as well as small skids forward on slipping ground.

Deers and herds usually live in the underwoods of the leafy trees (source of their food). They come out in edge at the time of the rut to join their " bellow area ". It's an usual area, they will go back there every year


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Dangers projection on the front of the print as well as small skids forward on slipping ground.

Deer have many natural and unnatural dangers that oppose to them. Most of these dangers are natural predators like mountain lion, panthers, and wolves. But the biggest threat to them is the automobile and being hunted by human.


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Breeding projection on the front of the print as well as small skids forward on slipping ground.

*The breeding season begins in

October and lasts till December

*The y have a 7 month gestation period

*The fawn is hidden for several

weeks after birth

They usually have one to two fawns.


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Food projection on the front of the print as well as small skids forward on slipping ground.

Acorns, fruit,

grasses, tree buds,

apples, berries,

mushrooms.

They have

4 stomachs!!!


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Sources projection on the front of the print as well as small skids forward on slipping ground.

http://www.mich.com/~serenget/

http://www.whitetaildeer.com/the_whitetail/

http://www.animalinfo.org/species/artiperi/cervduva.htm


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The End!!! projection on the front of the print as well as small skids forward on slipping ground.