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The fallow deer - Dama dama He was definately protecting his herd and kept a close eye on me ;) Dama dama,Deer,Fallow Deer,Forest,Geotagged,Mammals,The Netherlands Click/tap to enlarge

The fallow deer - Dama dama

He was definately protecting his herd and kept a close eye on me ;)

    comments (10)

  1. Again a beautiful shot! The impression of the deer combined with the light....perfect. Posted 8 years ago
    1. Thanks :) Posted 8 years ago
  2. Beautiful shot of this majestic male. Posted 8 years ago
    1. Thank you :) Posted 8 years ago
  3. What a great light! Wonderful! Posted 8 years ago
    1. Yes, that light is magical.
      I'm so happy with it :)
      Thanks for your comment!
      Posted 8 years ago
  4. Like a postcard! Posted 8 years ago
    1. Thanks! Posted 8 years ago
  5. This would also make a great poster. I know lots of hunters that would hang this in there bathroom.
    Posted 5 years ago
  6. Hi Wendy
    I love this image! I would love to use it in a large scale print.....am I able to get a copy in high resolution from you?

    I'm new to this sight so I don't know how things work.
    Cheers
    Posted 2 years ago

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The Fallow Deer is a ruminant mammal belonging to the family Cervidae. This common species is native to western Eurasia, but has been introduced widely elsewhere. It often includes the rarer Persian Fallow Deer as a subspecies , while others treat it as an entirely different species .

The male is known as a ''buck'', the female is a ''doe'', and the young a ''fawn''. Adult bucks are 140–160 cm long and 85–95 cm shoulder height, and 70-100 kg in weight; does are 130–150 cm long.. more

Similar species: Even-toed Ungulates
Species identified by DragonC
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Uploaded Sep 6, 2011. Captured in Vogelenzangseweg 166, 2114 Vogelenzang, The Netherlands.