What Is the Difference between a Buck and a Stag?

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Both a buck and a stag are male deer. The language and dialect, as well as deer species and size of the deer determine whether people call it a buck or stag. A larger, heavier, or older deer is often called a stag, while a younger animal is coined a buck.
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