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Fallow Deer

The fallow deer live in mixed and deciduous forests as well as in low mountain ranges. After they had been nearly eliminated from Europe or forced south by the ice age, they have been successfully reintroduced. Characteristic are the broad, shovel-shaped antlers that bucks start to grow above their royal antlers at the age of five. Every year at the end of winter the fallow deer shed their antlers to grow new larger ones during the summer. We had many fawns this year in Steinwasen Park.