Deer are usually found in or around wooded areas. Sometimes they can leave their protection of a wooded area and into a field to find food or water.
No, deer do not always sleep when it rains. They are often found laying down when it rains in order to conserve body heat.
Whitetail deer are the only native deer found in Ohio.
deer, maple tree, lichen
Mule deer are not found in Georgia, they are a western species. Only the white tailed deer is found there.
Yes. I have watched many deer cross ponds-lakes-and once watched a large Buck swim across a very rapid river. Deer are found in the water so often that the Department of Natural Resources often post in the hunting regulations that it is against the law to shoot a deer while it is in the water.
Alligators do often eat deer.
I think the largest deer is the Mule Deer, found in Rocky Mountains.
Yes, called roe deer.
Deer can normally be found throughout the entire US and probably into Mexico and Canada.
Many, though not all, herbivores have canines. For example, canine teeth can be found in horses and deer, but they are often smaller than the canines found in carnivores.
Deer hearts are found in deer; and some shops. Human hearts are typically only found in humans.
certain type of deer, but not the average whitetailed
Some species of deer are found in every state.
Deer have a large distribution worldwide. The only places they are not found are Australia and Antarctica. Africa only has two types of deer. An indigenous species is found only in the Atlas Mountains. A fallow deer population has been introduced into South Africa. So most of Africa is deer-free.
It can be found in a forest.
because it is found mostly on deers!
Deer are found on all continents except Antarctica.
Sambhar deer, Barasingha deer, Spotted or Chital deer, Hog deer, Muntjac deer, Kashmir Stag, and Thamin deer. They have more species of deer than anywhere else.
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.
There are two types of deer that live in South Dakota, the Mule Deer and the Whitetail Deer.There are two types of deer that might be bred as exotic animals in South Dakota that start with a b.The Blacktail Deer is a sub-species of the Mule Deer. The Blacktail Deer is found in the Pacific Northwest.The Barasingha deer, also called the Swamp Deer, is found in India.
They can be found in the forest.
The whitetail deer can be found on every continent but Australia and Antarctica. Whitetail deer is one of about the 100 types of deer that are recognized in the world.
The two species of deer found in Big Bend National Park are the Sierra Del Carmen Whitetail and the Mule Deer.