What Are Some Adaptations Deer Have?


There are a number of adaptations that deer have, which help to keep them protected in the wild. These include a fur coat to keep them warm and being able to hear noise from up to 30 yards away. Deers are also known to jump to 30 feet if needed.
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Deer are successful herbivorous mammals that originally spread out from Europe to all other continents, except Australasia and Antarctica. There are many different species of deer
it is fast, so it can run away from meat eaters. it is fast, so it can run away from meat eaters.
A structural adaptation of deers is that they are brown and this makes them
Their color helps them blend into the background, they have a great sense of smell, excellent eyesight, they can rotate their ears to pinpoint sounds, etc.
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Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Mammalia Order: Artiodactyla Family: Cervidae
Deer are herbivorous mammals of the family Cervidae. This group of animals is diverse, consisting of over 40 living species in 17 genera, and they currently live on all continents except Antarctica. Antlers occur in males of nearly all deer species.
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