European Fallow Deer Facts

European Fallow Deer Facts & Information Guide

What Areas of the World Can You Find European Fallow Deer?

European Fallow Deers can be found mainly on the continent of Europe, more specifically in the following regions: United Kingdom, Portugal, Spain, France, Luxembourg, belgium, The Netherlands, Italy, Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Serbia, Kosovo, Bulgaria, Romania, Ukraine, Belarus, Lithuania, Latvia.

In general, the European Fallow Deer can be typically found in climates that have a minimum temperature of 25 Fahrenheit and a maximum temperature of 100 Fahrenheit

How Big Are European Fallow Deers?

European Fallow Deer males are typically 3 feet tall. A fully grown male European Fallow Deer is approximately 176 pounds.

Females tend to be 2.7 feet tall. A fully grown female European Fallow Deer is approximately 88 pounds.

Population Status, Diet, & Attitude Towards Humans

The European Fallow Deer population according to its IUCN status is considered Least Concerning. Their population in the wild is Unknown. They are usually Neutral towards humans.

The diet of the European Fallow Deer is considered Herbivore which means they eat both plant and vegetation as well as meat.

How Long Do European Fallow Deer Live & How Many Offspring?

The life expectancy of a male European Fallow Deer is typically 15 years. They are considered fully mature by the age of 4 years old. Females can generally be fertile for about 14 years after reaching the age of maturity.

Female European Fallow Deer have 1-2 children at a time during pregnancy . The pregnancy lasts approximately 8 months. After birth, there is approximately a period of 12 months before they can become pregnant again.

The mating behaviors of the European Fallow Deer are Polygynous which means A mating system where one male mates with multiple females.

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