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Cervidae - deer, elk, moose

CaribouThere are 55 species in this family, and they are found in all parts of the world, except for Sub-Saharan Africa, Australia, and Antarctica. The species in this family are found in a wide variety of habitats including forests, grasslands, and on the tundra. All of the species in this family are herbivores and ruminants. They chew their food, swallow it, regurgitate it, and then swallow it again. Their stomachs have four chambers. The first chamber is called the rumen. The rumen has bacteria in it that helps break down plant matter.

Members of this family have long legs with two toes on each of their their hoofed feet. They have long heads and short tails. In most species, the male has antlers. The species in this family range in size from the tiny Andean Pudu, which is only 16 inches tall and weighs 22 pounds to the largest member of the family, the moose, which can be 7 feet tall and can weigh 1,600 pounds. In North America, there are two subspecies of deer on the endangered species list. The key deer is a subspecies of the white-tailed deer. It is a small deer found only in the Florida Keys. The Columbian white-tailed deer is also a subspecies of the white-tailed deer. It is found in the Columbia River basin of Washington and Oregon.

World Status Key
Least Concern Least Concern Near Threatened Near Threatened Vulnerable Vulnerable Endangered Endangered Critically Endangered Critically Endangered extinct in the wild Extinct in the Wild extinct Extinct
Status and range is taken from ICUN Redlist. If no status is listed, there is not enough data to establish status.

US Status Key
Threatened in US Threatened in US Threatened in New Hampshire Threatened in NH Endangered in US Endangered in US Endangered in NH Endangered in NH
breeds in nh Breeds in NH Introduced Introduced
Status taken from US Fish and Wildlife and NH Fish and Game

  New Hampshire Species

 

 North/Central American Species

Moose - Alces americanus Least Concern Asia North America
White-tailed Deer - Odocoileus virginianus Least Concern North America

  Caribou - Rangifer tarandus Vulnerable
Red Deer - Cervus elaphus Least Concern
Amazonian Brown Brocket - Mazama nemorivaga Least Concern
Yucatan Brown Brocket - Mazama pandora Vulnerable
Central American Red Brocket - Mazama temama
Mule Deer - Odocoileus hemionus Least Concern

Other Species Around the World

Africa Africa Asia Asia Australia Australia/Oceania Europe Europe North America North/Central America South America South America New Hampshire Species NH Species

Eurasian Elk - Alces americanus Least Concern Asia Europe
Moose - Alces americanus Least Concern Asia North America New Hampshire Species
Chital - Axis axis Least Concern Asia
Calamian Deer - Axis calamianensis Endangered Asia
Bawean Deer - Axis kuhlii Critically Endangered Asia
Hog Deer - Axis porcinus Endangered Asia
Marsh Deer - Blastocerus dichotomus Vulnerable South America
European Roe Deer - Capreolus capreolus Least Concern Asia Europe
Siberian Roe Deer - Capreolus pygargus Least Concern Asia
Elk - Cervus elaphus Least Concern Africa Asia Europe North America
Sika Deer - Cervus nippon Least Concern Asia
Fallow Deer - Dama dama Least Concern Asia
Persian Fallow Deer - Dama mesopotamica Endangered Asia
Tufted Deer - Elaphodus cephalophus Near Threatened Asia
Père David's Deer - Elaphurus davidianus extinct in the wild Asia
Taruca - Hippocamelus antisensis Vulnerable South America
Chilean Huemul - Hippocamelus bisulcus Endangered South America
Chinese Water Deer - Hydropotes inermis Vulnerable Asia
Red Brocket - Mazama americana South America
Small Red Brocket - Mazama bororo Vulnerable South America
Mérida Brocket - Mazama bricenii Vulnerable South America
Peruvian Dwarf Brocket - Mazama chunyi Vulnerable South America
South American Brown Brocket - Mazama gouazoubira Least Concern South America
Brazilian Dwarf Brocket - Mazama nana South America
Amazonian Brown Brocket - Mazama nemorivaga Least Concern North America South America
Yucatan Brown Brocket - Mazama pandora Vulnerable North America
Dwarf Red Brocket - Mazama rufina Vulnerable South America


  Central American Red Brocket - Mazama temama North America South America
Bornean Yellow Muntjac - Muntiacus atherodes Least Concern Asia
Black Muntjac - Muntiacus crinifrons Vulnerable Asia
Fea's Muntjac - Muntiacus feae Asia
Giant Muntjac - Muntiacus gongshanensis Asia
Sumatran Muntjac - Muntiacus montanus Asia
Indian Muntjac - Muntiacus muntjak Least Concern Asia
Puhoat Muntjac - Muntiacus puhoatensis Asia
Leaf Muntjac - Muntiacus putaoensis Asia
Reeves' Muntjac - Muntiacus reevesi Least Concern Asia Europe
Roosevelts' Muntjac - Muntiacus rooseveltorum Asia
Annamite Muntjac - Muntiacus truongsonensis Asia
Northern Red Muntjac - Muntiacus vaginalis Least Concern Asia
Giant Muntjac - Muntiacus vuquangensis Endangered Asia
Mule Deer - Odocoileus hemionus Least Concern North America
White-tailed Deer - Odocoileus virginianus Least Concern North America South America New Hampshire Species
Pampas Deer - Ozotoceros bezoarticus Near Threatened South America
White-lipped Deer - Przewalskium albirostris Vulnerable Asia
Northern Pudu - Pudu mephistophiles Vulnerable South America
Southern Pudu - Pudu puda Vulnerable South America
Caribou - Rangifer tarandus Least Concern Asia Europe North America
Barasingha - Rucervus duvaucelii Vulnerable Asia
Eld's Deer - Rucervus eldii Endangered Asia
Schomburgk's Deer - Rucervus schomburgki extinct Asia
Visayan Spotted Deer - Rusa alfredi Endangered Asia
Philippine Deer - Rusa marianna Vulnerable Asia
Javan Rusa - Rusa timorensis Vulnerable Asia
Sambar - Rusa unicolor Vulnerable Asia

Additional Information

Key: profile Profile Photos Photos Video Video Audio Audio

Barasingha - Rucervus duvaucelii Species Profile images Vulnerable Asia
Barasingha, or swamp deer, were once distributed throughout the Indian peninsula, but today are only found in areas of central and northern India and southern Nepal.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle /High School Teacher Section: Yes

Barasingha - Rucervus duvaucelii Species Profile images Video Vulnerable Asia
Male barasingas have very large, branching antlers.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Barasingha - Rucervus duvaucelii Species Profile images Video Vulnerable Asia
Barasingas are found in marshy grasslands, floodplains and meadows.
Source: World Association of Zoos and Aquariums Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Bawean Deer - Axis kuhlii Species Profile images Critically Endangered Asia
The Bawean deer is only found on Bawean Island in Indonesia.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle /High School Teacher Section: Yes

Black Muntjac - Muntiacus crinifrons Species Profile images Vulnerable Asia
The black muntjac is native to China and Myanmar.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle /High School Teacher Section: Yes

Bornean Yellow Muntjac - Muntiacus atherodes Species Profile images Least Concern Asia
The Bornean yellow muntjac is found throughout the island of Borneo.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle /High School Teacher Section: Yes

Calamian Deer - Axis calamianensis Species Profile images Endangered Asia
The Calamian deer is only found on the Calamian Islands, a group of islands in the Philippines.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle /High School Teacher Section: Yes

Calamian Deer - Axis calamianensis Species Profile images Endangered Asia
The Calamian deer is sometimes known as the hog deer because when fleeing from danger it dashes through underbrush with its head down like a hog instead of jumping over barriers like other deer.
Source: Los Angeles Zoo Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Caribou - Rangifer tarandus Species Profile images Vulnerable Asia Europe North America
Lichens make up the bulk of the caribou’s diet.
Source: Minnesota Zoo Intended Audience: Students Reading Level: Elementary/Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Caribou - Rangifer tarandus Species Profile images Least Concern Asia Europe North America
Both male and female caribou have antlers.
Source: Smithsonian Museum of Natural History Intended Audience: Students Reading Level: Elementary/Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Caribou- Rangifer tarandus Species Profile images Vulnerable Asia Europe North America
Caribou are a circumpolar species. They were once found as far south as Maine!
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle /High School Teacher Section: Yes

Chilean Guemal - Hippocamelus bisulcus Species Profile images Video Endangered South America
The Chilean guemal is also known as the huemul or the Patagonian huemul. It has very short legs and its hind legs look bent!
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Chinese Water Deer - Hydropotes inermis Species Profile images Vulnerable Asia
The Chinese water deer is found in the lower Yangtze Basin of east-central China and in Korea.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle /High School Teacher Section: Yes

Chinese Water Deer - Hydropotes inermis Species Profile images Vulnerable Asia
The Chinese water deer has extra long upper canines that form tusks.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Chital - Axis axis Species Profile images Least Concern Asia
The chital or axis deer is native to India and Sri Lanka.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle /High School Teacher Section: Yes

Chital - Axis axis Species Profile images Least Concern Asia
The chital is a large deer with a fawn colored coat with white spots.
Source: BBC Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Eld's Deer - Rucervus eldii Species Profile images Endangered Asia
Eld's deer are found in Southeast Asia.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle /High School Teacher Section: Yes

Eld's Deer - Rucervus eldii Species Profile images Video Endangered Asia
Male eld's deer have lyre shaped antlers.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Eld's Deer - Rucervus eldii Species Profile images Endangered Asia
Eld's deer are found in open grassy plains, swamps and deciduous forests near of water
Source: World Association of Zoos and Aquariums Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Elk- Cervus elaphus Species Profile images Video Audio Least Concern Africa Asia Europe North America
When male elk are competing for females, they will call out loudly and use their impressive antlers to clash with each other.
Source: Smithsonian Museum of Natural History Intended Audience: Students Reading Level: Elementary/Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Elk - Cervus elaphus Species Profile images Least Concern Africa Asia Europe North America
Elk, also known as red deer, were once found throughout much of the Northern Hemisphere, from Europe through northern Africa, Asia, and North America.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle /High School Teacher Section: Yes

Elk- Cervus elaphus Species Profile images Video Least Concern Africa Asia Europe North America
The male elk's branched antlers can reach can reach over 3 feet in width.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Fallow Deer - Dama dama Species Profile images Video Least Concern Asia
The male fallow deer has an impressive set of antlers that can reach a height of over 2 feet.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Fallow Deer - Dama dama Species Profile images Least Concern Asia
Fallow deer are native to southern Europe, Asia and northern Africa. They have been introduced to locations around the world, including North America.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle /High School Teacher Section: Yes

Fea's Muntjac - Muntiacus feae Species Profile images Asia
Fea's muntjacs are found in Thailand and southern Myanmar.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle /High School Teacher Section: Yes

Giant Muntjac - Muntiacus vuquangensis Species Profile Endangered Asia
The giant muntjac is found in the Annamite Mountains on the border of Vietnam and Laos.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle /High School Teacher Section: Yes

Gongshan Muntjac - Muntiacus gongshanensis Species Profile images
Gongshan muntjacs are found in Southern China, Tibet, Myanmar, and Northern Thailand.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle /High School Teacher Section: Yes

Hog Deer - Axis porcinus Species Profile images Endangered Asia
The hog deer was once found from Pakistan to China. It is now found in isolated populations in its former range.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle /High School Teacher Section: Yes

Hog Deer - Axis porcinus images Endangered Asia
The hog deer is a stocky, medium-sized deer with a reddish-brown coat.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Indian Muntjac - Muntiacus muntjak Species Profile images Least Concern Asia
Indian muntjacs are found in southern and southeastern Asia, from Pakistan east through India and Nepal, across southeast Asia and southern China.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle /High School Teacher Section: Yes

Indian Muntjac - Muntiacus muntjak Species Profile images Least Concern Asia
The canine teeth of the male muntjac are tusks.
Source: Oakland Zoo Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Elementary School Teacher Section: Yes

Indian Muntjac - Muntiacus muntjak Species Profile images Least Concern Asia
Indian muntjacs use their long tongues to strip leaves off trees.
Source: St. Louis Zoo Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Elementary/Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Javan Rusa- Rusa timorensis Species Profile Vulnerable Asia
The Javan rusa is found on most of the islands of Southeast Asia.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle /High School Teacher Section: Yes

Marsh Deer - Blastocerus dichotomus Vulnerable Species Profile images Vulnerable South America
Marsh deer are the largest native deer species in South America.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Marsh Deer - Blastocerus dichotomus Vulnerable Species Profile images Vulnerable South America
The marsh deer is found in Peru and Brazil south through northeastern Argentina.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle /High School Teacher Section: Yes

Moose - Alces americanus Species Profile images Least Concern Asia North America New Hampshire Species
The moose is called the Eurasian elk in Europe.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle /High School Teacher Section: Yes

Moose - Alces americanus Species Profile images Audio Least Concern Asia North America New Hampshire Species
Moose are found in the northern regions of North America, Europe, and Asia.
Source: National Geographic Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Moose - Alces americanus Species Profile images Least Concern Asia North America New Hampshire Species
Moose can move through deep snow with their long legs.
Source: Smithsonian Museum of Natural History Intended Audience: Students Reading Level: Elementary/Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Moose - Alces americanus Species Profile images Least Concern Asia North America New Hampshire Species
In the summer moose browse on leaves, twigs and aquatic plants. In the winter they eat twigs, shrubs and bark.
Source: Toronto Zoo Intended Audience: Students Reading Level: Elementary/Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Moose - Alces americanus images Least Concern Asia North America New Hampshire Species
Male moose have the largest antlers of any mammal.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Moose - Alces americanus Species Profile Least Concern Asia North America New Hampshire Species
Only male moose or “bulls” have antlers.
Source: Alaska Department of Fish and Game Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle/High School Teacher Section: No

Moose - Alces americanus Species Profile
The moose is about 7.5 feet tall at the shoulder.
Source: Enchanted Learning Intended Audience: Students Reading Level: Elementary School Teacher Section: No

Mule Deer - Odocoileus hemionus Species Profile images Least Concern North America
Mule deer get their name from their mule-like ears.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle /High School Teacher Section: Yes

Mule Deer - Odocoileus hemionus Species Profile images Least Concern North America
Mule deer are found in the western half of the US and Canada. They live in a broad range of habitats including forests, deserts, and brushlands.
Source: Smithsonian Museum of Natural History Intended Audience: Students Reading Level: Elementary/Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Pampas Deer - Ozotoceros bezoarticus Species Profile Near Threatened South America
The pampas deer once lived throughout the natural grasslands of eastern South America. Now the distribution is restricted to local populations.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle /High School Teacher Section: Yes

Pere David's Deer - Elaphurus davidianus Species Profile images Video extinct in the wild Asia
The Chinese name of this deer is ‘sze pu shiang' which means as ‘none of the four' because it looks like it has the neck of a camel, the hooves of a cow, the tail of a donkey, and antlers of a deer!
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Pere David's Deer - Elaphurus davidianus Species Profile images extinct in the wild Asia
Pere David's deer is native to China. It is now extinct in the wild.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle /High School Teacher Section: Yes

Pere David's Deer - Elaphurus davidianus Species Profile images extinct in the wild Asia
Pere David's deer was probably extinct in the wild around the end of the Han Dynasty (AD 220), but a herd was kept in the Imperial Hunting Park south of Beijing.
Source: World Association of Zoos and Aquariums Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Peruvian Dwarf Brocket - Mazama chunyi Species Profile images Vulnerable South America
The dwarf brocket is found in the Andes of southern Peru and northern Bolivia.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Red Brocket- Mazama americana Species Profile images South America
The red brocket is the largest of all brocket deer.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Red Brocket - Mazama americana Species Profile images South America
Red brockets are found from southern Mexico to northern Argentina.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle /High School Teacher Section: Yes

Reeves' Muntjac - Muntiacus reevesi Species Profile images Least Concern Asia Europe
Reeve's muntjacs are native to southeastern China and Taiwan.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle /High School Teacher Section: Yes

Reeves' Muntjac - Muntiacus reevesi Species Profile images Video Least Concern Asia Europe
This small deer has a reddish coat which turns brownish-gray in winter.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Reeves' Muntjac - Muntiacus reevesi Species Profile images Least Concern Asia Europe
The Reeves' muntjac gets its name from John Russell Reeves, who introduced the deer into Britain in the 1830s.
Source: Lincoln's Children's Zoo Intended Audience: Students Reading Level: Elementary School Teacher Section: No

Reeves' Muntjac - Muntiacus reevesi Species Profile images Video Least Concern Asia Europe
Reeves' muntjacs are solitary, territorial animals.
Source: St. Louis Zoo Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Elementary/Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Sambar - Rusa unicolor Species Profile images Vulnerable Asia
Sambars are native to India, Pakistan, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, the Philippines, southern China, Taiwan, Malaysia, Borneo, Sumatra, and Java.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle /High School Teacher Section: Yes

Sambar- Rusa unicolor Species Profile images Vulnerable Asia
The sambar deer has a coat of coarse brown fur. They are a lighter brown on their undersides.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Sika Deer - Cervus nippon Species Profile images Least Concern Asia
Sika deer are native to Siberia; China, Japan, Korea, Taiwan, and parts of Vietnam. They have been introduced around the worlds, including in the US.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle /High School Teacher Section: Yes

Sika Deer- Cervus nippon Species Profile images Video Least Concern Asia
The sika deer has a grayish-brown coat in winter, which becomes lighter in color in summer.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Sika Deer - Cervus nippon Species Profile images Least Concern Asia
The sika deer has a medium-sized body, a small head, and white spots.
Source: Oakland Zoo Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Elementary School Teacher Section: Yes

Sika Deer - Cervus nippon Species Profile images Least Concern Asia
The size of sika deer varies greatly depending on the subspecies.
Source
: World Association of Zoos and Aquariums Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

South American Brown Brocket - Mazama gouazoubira images Least Concern South America
South American brown brocket is also known as the gray brocket.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

South American Brown Brocket - Mazama gouazoubira Species Profile Least Concern South America
South American brown brocket are found from southern Central America down through northern South America.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle /High School Teacher Section: Yes

Southern Pudu - Pudu puda Species Profile images Video Vulnerable South America
Pudus are the smallest deer species in the world.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Southern Pudu - Pudu puda Species Profile images Vulnerable South America
The pudu is very secretive and little is known about it in the wild.
Source: Bristol Zoo Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Southern Pudu - Pudu puda Species Profile images Vulnerable South America
The southern pudu is also known as the Chilean pudu.
Source: Minnesota Zoo Intended Audience: Students Reading Level: Elementary/Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Southern Pudu - Pudu puda Species Profile images Vulnerable South America
Males have spike antlers usually less than 4 inches long that are shed once a year.
Source: World Association of Zoos and Aquariums Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Southern Pudu - Pudu puda Species Profile images Vulnerable South America
The southern pudu is the size of a small dog.
Source: Los Angeles Zoo Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Southern Pudu - Pudu puda Species Profile images Vulnerable South America
The southern pudu is active in the day and night.
Source: Animal Planet Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Southern Pudu - Pudu puda Species Profile Vulnerable South America
The southern pudu is found in the rainforests in the temperate zones of Argentina and Chile
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle /High School Teacher Section: Yes

Taruca - Hippocamelus antisensis Species Profile Vulnerable South America
The taruca is also known as the Andean deer. it is found in Andean Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, and Argentina.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle /High School Teacher Section: Yes

Tufted Deer - Elaphodus cephalophus Species Profile images Near Threatened Asia
The tufted deer gets its name from the tuft of brown fur on its forehead.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Tufted Deer - Elaphodus cephalophus Species Profile images Near Threatened Asia
Both male and female tufted deer can jump like cats and make barking sounds like dogs.
Source: Los Angeles Zoo Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Tufted Deer - Elaphodus cephalophus Species Profile images Near Threatened Asia
The tufted deer is found in northeast Myanmar and southern and central China.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle /High School Teacher Section: Yes

Tufted Deer - Elaphodus cephalophus Species Profile images Near Threatened Asia
Tufted deer are usually solitary, although they may travel in pairs.
Source: National Zoo Intended Audience: Students Reading Level: Elementary/Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Visayan Spotted Deer - Rusa alfredi Species Profile images Endangered Asia
Visayan spotted deer are found only on the Visayan Islands in the central Philippines.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle /High School Teacher Section: Yes

Visayan Spotted Deer- Rusa alfredi Species Profile images Endangered Asia
Visayan spotted deer have reddish-brown fur with white spots.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Western Roe Deer - Capreolus capreolus Species Profile images Video Least Concern Asia Europe
The western roe is reddish-brown in the summer and gray, pale brown, or black in winter.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

Western Roe Deer - Capreolus capreolus Species Profile images Least Concern Asia Europe
The western roe is also known as the European roe. It is a small deer, only about 3 feet in length. Only the male has antlers.
Source: World Association of Zoos and Aquariums Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: No

Western Roe Deer - Capreolus capreolus Species Profile Least Concern Asia Europe
The roe deer is found throughout Europe and Asia Minor.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle /High School Teacher Section: Yes

White-lipped Deer - Przewalskium albirostris Species Profile images Vulnerable Asia
White-lipped deer are native to the Tibetan Plateau region of west central China.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle /High School Teacher Section: Yes

White-lipped Deer - Przewalskium albirostris Species Profile images Vulnerable Asia
The white-lipped deer gets its name from a white patch of fur around its mouth. It is also called the Thorold's deer.
Source: Arkive Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

White-tailed Deer - Odocoileus virginianus Species Profile images Least Concern North America South America New Hampshire Species
White-tailed deer feed on leaves, twigs, shoots, acorns, berries, and seeds, and they also graze on grasses and herbs
Source: Smithsonian Museum of Natural History Intended Audience: Students Reading Level: Elementary/Middle School Teacher Section: Yes

White-tailed Deer- Odocoileus virginianus Species Profile images Least Concern North America South America New Hampshire Species
Whitetail deer are found in most of southern Canada and all of the mainland United States except two or three states in the west. Their range reaches throughout Central America to Bolivia.
Source: Animal Diversity Web Intended Audience: General Reading Level: Middle /High School Teacher Section: Yes