Information about the Red Deer:
The Red Deer is one the largest and most widespread of all the species of deer. It can be found in much of Europe, the Caucasus Mountains, Asia, and parts of western and central Asia, as well as northwestern Africa (it is the only species of deer to inhabit that continent.) It has been introduced into several areas where it's not native to, such as Australia, New Zealand and Argentina. It is a very popular animal to hunt and has been a game animal and source of meat for many hundreds of years. The Red Deer is the fourth largest species of deer behind the moose, elk and sambar deer. Adult males are generally about 69 to 91 inches long 175 to 230 cm) long and weighs 350 to 530 pounds (160 to 240 kg) In some areas, such as the UK, the Red Deer was hunted to near extinction. But aggressive programs to preserve the species has helped bring their numbers back up and there are many healthy populations now thriving in the wild.
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