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Cervus elaphus

Red Deer

Distinguished from the more commonly seen Sambar by having more branched antlers (more than 3 tines per antler), generally paler body colour and narrower ears. Red Deer rump is cream with a darker border.

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Cervus elaphus (Red Deer) at Michelago, NSW - 24 Sep 2018 by Illilanga Cervus elaphus (Red Deer) at Booth, ACT - 2 Nov 2016 by OllieOrgill
Cervus elaphus (Red Deer) at Michelago, NSW - 24 Sep 2018 by Illilanga
Cervus elaphus (Red Deer) at Booth, ACT - 2 Nov 2016 by OllieOrgill

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Species information

  • Cervus elaphus Scientific name
  • Red Deer Common name
  • Not Sensitive
  • Exotic
  • Non-Invasive
  • 0m to 853.7m Recorded at altitude

Location information

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