Antlers are extensions of the skull grown by members of the deer family. They are
true bone structures that usually grow in symmetrical pairs. In most species, only
the male grows antlers and the an...
Dec 10, 2014 ... Males of almost all deer species grow antlers, used to battle for females. But
reindeer are the only species in which the females also grow them, ...
Female reindeer retain their antlers until after they give birth in the spring. ... We
do know, from a few furtive sightings, that their antlers appear to be extremely
velvety and ... Santa's reindeer also have the unique and remarkable ability to fly.
Reindeer are the only species of deer in which both the females and males grow
antlers. Female reindeer can grow antlers that are 20 inches long, and males ...
Sep 20, 2012 ... Here's why: Here on the ground, male reindeer shed their antlers at ... for an
Arctic journey, though a flightless one, females might have the edge over their
male counterparts. ... Harry's Razors: Do They Live Up To The Hype?
Dec 8, 2014 ... Males shed their antlers in early winter and females shed theirs much later, ...
Baby reindeer don't have spots like other baby deer do — but that ...
Nov 3, 2009 ... Of the forty different species of deer in the world, only in reindeer do females
have antlers. Females cast their antlers in spring, growing them ...
Mar 28, 2016 ... Male reindeer typically shed their antlers by November, leading ... Cervidae, to
have females do so), male reindeer drop their antlers at the ...
Q. How do you tell the male (bull) from the female (cow)? Because both sexes
have antlers it can be difficult determining the sex of the younger aged animals ...
In some species such as moose and deer only males grow antlers whereas in
caribou both males and females grow antlers each year. In all cases it is an ...