The White-Tailed Deer is a beautiful animal that lives in North America. They are very graceful creatures, and can be up to four feet tall at the shoulder.
White-Tailed Deer have reddish-brown fur, with a white underside to their tails. They live in forests and woodland areas, where they feed on leaves, grass, and nuts.
White-Tailed Deer are very skittish animals, and will flee at the slightest noise or movement. However, they are also very curious, and will often approach humans if they are not spooked.
Deer have a very high reproduction rate, with females giving birth to one or two fawns per year.