The weight of white-tailed deer varies by sex, with the male of the species, which is known as a stag or a buck, averaging anywhere from 150 to 300 pounds. Female white-tailed deer, which are referred to as cows or does, weigh anywhere from 90 pounds to 200 pounds.Know More
Young deer are known as fawns or calves, and they weigh anywhere from 4 to 8 pounds when they are born. A fawn's age can generally be foretold by its spots because fawns lose their spots by the age of 4 months.
By the time a fawn is weaned, it has gained an incredible amount of weight. At just 4 months or so, the male fawn will weigh from 80 to 85 pounds with the female weighing from 75 to 80 pounds.Learn more about Deer
A large male deer is frequently called a stag, and a female deer is called a doe. There are other terms that are specifically applied for specific types of deer.Full Answer >
Deer are obligate herbivores, which means that they only eat plant matter and struggle to digest meat. Deer primarily graze on grass and leaves, but they also eat nuts, fungi, grain and fruit. They eat small twigs in times of food scarcity.Full Answer >
Deer are members of the order Artiodactyle, which means that they have an even number of toes on each hoof. Deer are the only animals with antlers. Antlers are usually found only on male deer.Full Answer >
According to the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, adult white-tailed deer stand between 36 and 42 inches tall at the shoulder. Adults are about 72 inches in length, with males and females weighing an average of 203 and 155 pounds, respectively.Full Answer >