Yes in the north part of South America
most of the deer live in south america/canada/INN/. but if this is your answer most deer live in the woods.
Deer live all over the world, including North America, South America, Europe, and Australia. They live in forests, plains, mountains, and prairies.
Southern Canada to South America.
No, White-Tailed Deer are only found in North America and South America. The only deer species in Africa are the Red Deer and Fallow Deer.
They Live South Netherlands
Yes, in North America there are deer in the deserts of the southwest.
Quails do live in South America.
It depends on the species of deer. Deer that live further up north than other deer can withstand colder temperatures than deer that live in the south.
Fallow deer live all over the world but the strongholds are all over europe, new zealand, a bit in australia and also in north and south america all though not so much there. it is native to europe
Yes, Pumas do live in south America.
yes whales live in south America
They don't live there because they live in South Pole. And South America is not the proper place for penguins to live.
White tailed deer live in a variety of habitats in North America.
Yes they live in central and south america and asia
flamingos live in south america mainly in the middle of south america