How Long do Baby Deer Keep Their Spots?

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A baby deer will keep its spots until its winter coat comes in. This could mean that the spots will normally be gone before the animal is over a year old.
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For protection. The spots help them blend in with the shadows of trees and the forest.
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It gives them camouflage when they are hiding in the underbrush. Adult deer don't spend much time hiding in the underbrush, so they have a different color pattern. There are actually
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baby deer have white spots scattered over their otherwise brown backs and sides. The pattern is an important adaptation for their survival. For most life-threatening situations, such
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