Although whitetail deer can be found in plentiful numbers all throughout their natural habitats, it was only a little less than 100 years ago that they were on the verge of becoming endangered. Fortunately, their numbers have increased by nearly 1000% in the last century. In fact, whitetail deer are so well populated that they’re seen as pests in urban and agricultural areas!
- Recommended Age: 3
- Size in cm: 11 L x 4 W x 9.4 H
Named for its tail's white underside, these deer inhabit forests and fields from southern Canada to South America. Does, or female deer, give birth typically once a year to 1-3 young at a time.