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Well, we have Deer Coloring Pages Printable which can be downloaded only by clicking on the right and select save to download the coloring pages.

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In several parts of the world, deer are protected animals because only a small part of deer has been cultivated intensively so that it tends to be a rare animal due to continuous hunting without regard to the balance of its ecosystem. Deer are ruminant mammals, with room-chambered hulls, seven-fingered, hoofed, 32-34 teeth, and do not have lower incisors that are used by humans as a source of meat and skin. His body is small, his chin and stomach are white, and his tail is hairy with a tuft. Stags are called stags, harts, or bucks – depending on the species. While female deer are called hinds or do. The young deer are called fawns.

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Deer antlers only grow in males. Horns are formed from bone tissue (pedicels) that originate from the bundle on the head, develop, and are wrapped by velvet which is connected with blood vessels. After 3-5 months, the growth of the horn is perfect and the velvet dries and decays. After the mating season, these horns will date and grow new horns again. Deer antlers are used to fight between deer and to defend themselves from predators.

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