Deer are a species of European and Asian deer, of the ruminant suborder, that live in deciduous or mixed (deciduous and coniferous) forests. The deer is a small, quick and agile animal, with a brownish color and a rather gray face, which varies in size from adult to adult. He wears deciduous woods (which fall every year) and rather short ones. The deer is said to be anoure, that is to say, without tail, and artiodactyl, it walks on an even number of carrying fingers, to each member. The coat: that of the fawn is spotted for two months, the spots are aligned unlike those of the deer fawn. The deer undergoes moulting twice a year, in the spring (the fur turns bright red) and in autumn (the coat turns to gray-brown), with an earlier moult in the young. In winter, some deer have the base of the neck adorned with one or two light spots, called napkin. The clear and erectile spot that adorns the buttocks is called mirror or pink; pure white in winter, it becomes yellowish in summer.
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