key deer are smaller than regular deer
key deer are the smallest white-tailed deer
Fallow deer have spots throughout their lives; white-tailed deer only have spots as fawns, then lose them when they start to get near the yearling stage.
for camouflage. The white spots on a fawn, or baby deer, look like blotches of sunlight shining through bushes.
The smallest subspecies is the key deer. They are found only in Deer Key, Florida. A full grown key deer averages 70 to 80 pounds.
You described a young deer called a fawn. White tail deer.
it has white spots
Helps them blend in to their surroundings