All baby deer are called fawns.
Roe is the term for the eggs of fish. Gender is not determined until the roe is developed.
Fish eggs are often called roe. The roe of the sturgeon, a relative of the catfish is called caviar and is very expensive indeed. Fish sperm is often called milt.
It is called an ootheca (its the same for all insects)
Fry Young fish are mostly called Fry! It could also be called fingerling. Fish eggs are called roe.
Im pretty sure in spring
to have sex and reproduce and continue the line of deer
Roe deer are not endangered. Their numbers in Europe are estimated to be around 15 million strong, as they are highly adaptable and have been conserved in many European countries in recent history.
RAIN DEERS GRUNT
Mainly on grass, leaves, berries and young shoots.
Usually one, but twins are not unheard of.
In the Uk, we have Red deer, Muntjac, Fallow deer and Roe deer. See related link for other species of deer...
a puree of fish roe may be called Pate.
There is a young kangaroo called Roo, but not Roe.
Fish eggs are called "roe" (the word is both singular and plural). As a food, the roe of certain fish (most famously, the sturgeon) is also called "caviar."
It is called a Herd
because there babies