The white-tailed deer is the smallest member of the North American deer family. Only the males have antlers, the bony growths at the top of the skull. The antlers are shed annually in winter and grow back more branched each year. The narrow snout of the white-tailed deer allows it to feed from tight spaces.
Did you know that this deer has four stomach chambers for digesting food? This allows it to eat woody plants that other animals can’t digest.
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