Meet the Red Deer Stag
Red Deer is one of the largest species of deer, and the male Red Deer are called Red Stags. They inhabit most of Europe, Anatolia, Iran, and parts of Western Asia. They have also been known to inhabit the Atlas Mountains of Northern Afria. Red Deer have also been introduced to other areas such as Australia, the United States, New Zealand, Canada, Peru, Uruguay, Chile, and Argentina.
About the Red Deer Stag
In Red Deer, only the male stags have antlers, and they are shed annually, typically at the end of each winter. When Red Deer are born, they are born spotted, as is common with many deer species, but they lose their spots by the end of summer. Red Deer typically like to inhabit open woodlands, grasslands, meadows, and valleys.
|Height||Up to 4 Feet (at the shoulder)|
|Weight||260 to 530 pounds|
|Diet||Grasses, sedges, rushes, dwarf shrubs|
|Gestation Period||7-8 Months|
|Life Span||18-20 years|
they are social animals
Red Deer are very social animals and have been known to live in herds with up to 400 individual deer.
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