The fallow deer is a species of deer that can be found in many parts of the world.
They are known for their long ears and large antlers, which they use to compete with other males during mating season.
Fallow Deer were first introduced to North America by Europeans who wanted new types of game animals.
The word "fallow" comes from an old English term meaning "to be unploughed". Fallow Deer are often confused with red deer, but can be distinguished by their white tail tufts, lack of lower tusks, and smaller size.