Fallow deer
(Dama dama)
Family: deers
Habitation: Asia Minor and South Europe, today also in America, Africa and Australia
Appearance: o blade-like, o broadened, fistful horns; o 80-90 cm of shoulders height,
o Short, red-brown summer with white spots and long, grey-brown winter coat
Lifestyle: o Natural habitat in the forest; o Females and young animals build packs;
o Males gather in small troops and come in rutting season from October to November
  to rival fights to enter
  the female pack
 o After about 250 days of pregnancy female gives
   birth to 1-2 spotted infants
o Their lifespan exceed 20 years