white-tailed deer

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white-tailed deer

called also Odocoileus virginianus (syn. Dama virginianus). A small, 3 ft high at the withers, graceful red to gray true deer with a distinctive white tail.
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In white tailed deer, average distances of dispersal varied between 6.
Moose in northern Norway dispersed at least 20-30 km and some dispersed 150-200 km within 1-2 weeks (Saether and Heim 1993); white tailed deer from a high-density reserve in the midwestern USA, surrounded by fields and scattered patches of forest, dispersed an average of 50 km (Nixon et al.