My what big ears you have…. It was fun running into this deer in the wilderness of Canyonlands Utah, as we both did our stare down. Such a cute animal to see. Deer are found all over the world, with the exception of Australia and Antarctica. Deer often seek out protein found in various types of weeds, alfalfa and clover and even soybean plants. Mule deer can move long distances during spring and fall migrations to avoid mountain snow. Besides humans, the three leading predators of mule deer are coyotes, gray wolves, and cougars. The most noticeable differences between white-tailed and mule deer are the size of their ears, the color of their tails, and the configuration of their antlers.
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