What Is a Female Deer Called?

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A female deer is known as a doe, while the male deer is a buck and the babies are fawns. Deer are the ruminant mammals that form the Cervidae family. The most noticeable difference between a female and a male deer is that the male has large antlers while the female doesn't with exception of some few female deer having small antler stumps.
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A female deer is called a doe. I think that Elk and caribou have the same name, as they are related, but I am not sure.
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1. Notice the lack of antlers on a female deer, such as a female white-tailed deer or a female mule deer. While male deer have often large antlers; these antlers are absent in most
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A female deer is called a doe and a male deer is called a buck.
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A female Deer is called a doe.
A female deer is known as a doe or a hind while a male is known as a buck. There are about 100 species of deers native to all continents except Australia and Antarctica. Moose have the largest antlers of all deer species.
A female deer is called a doe or a hind.
A female deer is called a doe
A female deer is referred to as either a doe or a hind, a male deer is referred to as a buck or stag, and a baby deer is referred to as a fawn.
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A baby deer is referred to as a fawn. A male deer is known as a buck while the female deer is referred to as doe or hind. Deer can be found all over the world ...
There is no feminine noun for stag. The English language does not have masculine and feminine forms. A male deer is a stag, and the female gender of a deer is ...
A baby deer is called a fawn. Deer tend to travel in groups with their young until they are old enough to find food and water on there own. ...
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