Fallow Deer
Fallow Deer

A ruminant mammal from temperate regions, the fallow deer likes winter and wooded areas. Its coat becomes speckled as it gets older. The fallow deer has antlers that it loses in the spring.

The young are called fawns. Fallow deer are differentiated from deer and elk by the presence of a white patch on their rump, covered by the tail. They measure only 1 m at the shoulder.


Same principle as for venison

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