Siberian Roe Deer

Where can I see the Siberian Roe Deer

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A Siberian Roe Deer is a small deer that lives in the coldest parts of the world. They have thick fur to keep them warm and long horns to help them break through the ice. Roe Deer are gentle animals that love to play and run in the snow. They are also very curious, which can sometimes get them into trouble. Siberian Roe Deer are a beautiful part of nature and it is amazing how they can survive in such a cold climate!

Animal population
1,000,000
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IUCN Classification
Near Threatened (NT)
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Geeky Facts about the Siberian Roe Deer

Fact 1

The diet of the Siberian roe deer consists of over 600 species of plants.

Fact 2

The antlers are shed in the autumn or early winter and begin to regrow shortly thereafter.

Fact 3

They are very agile and can jump distances up to 15 m (49 ft).

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Areas of Natural Beauty where you can see the Siberian Roe Deer in the wild