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Fallow deer

(Dama dama) The fallow deer originally comes from the Mediterranean area and was brought to Sweden as an animal in captivity. From the mid-1800s it can be found in the wild (liberated) in southern Sweden.  

Order:Even-toed ungulates (Artiodactyla)
Family:Deer (Cervidae)
Weight:Males (bucks): about 100-102 kilos
Females (does): about 60-80 kilos
Life span:About 16 years
Mating period:October - November
Gestation period:About 230 days
Fawns:Are born in June, in most cases 1 fawn (sometimes 2) that are suckled for 8 months.