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The Types of Deer Around The World

Today we are going to talk about deer and its types. Deer and antelope are native to every continent of the world and some of these deer and their species are endangered species. Here we are going to talk about the world's largest species of deer and antelope, including Pere David Deer, Mule Deer, spotted deer, Bushbuck. So let us gather a little more information about Types of deer.

1. Giant Sable


The Types of Deer Around The World

The Scientific name of Giant Sable is Hippotragus niger variani. This type of antelope is known as the largest and rarest subspecies in the province between the Cuango and Luando Rivers in Angola. Giant Sable is also known in Portuguese as palanca-negra-gigante. This type of antelope and roan antelope live in two other antelope’s savanna. The Giant Sable is known as the national symbol of Angola and is held in high esteem by its people.

2. Barasingha


Barasingha

The scientific name of Barasingha is Rucervus duvaucelii. This type of deer is also known as swamp deer. This type of deer is a deer species distributed in the Indian subcontinent. This type of deer is known as the endangered species of deer.

Barasingha is found in the National Parks of Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh. Barasingha is extinct in Pakistan and Bangladesh. The antlers in Barasingha have more than three spoons and the swamp deer is named bārah-singgā because of its distinctive character. In Assamese this type of deer is called dolhorina. The gestation period of this type of deer is 245 days.

3. Elk


Elk

Elk Deer's scientific name is Cervus canadensis. This type of deer is known to be one of the largest species in the deer family. The elk deer is considered to be one of the largest terrestrial mammals of the Cervidae and North America and Northeast Asia. Elk deer are found in the Rocky Mountains of North America. This type of deer is fed a range of grasses, grasses, plants, leaves and bark. Elk deer are currently native to North America and East Asia. Elk deer can live for 10 to 12 years.

4. Gemsbok


Gemsbok

Gemsbok's scientific name is Oryx gazella. This type of antelope is known as a large antelope in the genus Oryx of South Africa. The Gemsbok antelope is native to the South African and Kalahari deserts. This type of antelope lives in the arid regions of South Africa. This type of antelope is known as the largest species of Gemsbok Oryx.

The Gemsbok antelope hunts for its spectacular horns. The current population of the Gemsbok species is estimated at 373,000. The antelope of this chapter is light brown-gray to tan in color. The speed of the Gemsbok antelope is 60 km / h.

5. Giant Eland


Giant Eland

The Scientific name of this antelope is Taurotragus derbianus. This type of antelope is also known as Lord Derby eland. Giant Eland the Giant Eland is an open forest and savanna antelope. Giant Eland is a species of the family Bovidae and genus Taurotragus. This type of antelope is found in savanna, woodlands, grassland and glades.

This animal is a must see African safari animal with larger spiral horns than any other antelope. The Giant Eland is known as the largest species of antelope. This type of antelope is a herbivore. The Giant Eland eats grass, foliage and branches. Giant Eland is naturally alert and cautious.

6. Greater Kudu


Greater Kudu

The Scientific name of Greater Kudu is Tragelaphus strepsiceros. This type of deer is the second largest species of woodland deer found in East and South Africa. Despite occupying such a vast territory, Greater Kudu deer are sparsely populated in most areas due to declining habitat, deforestation and hunting. Greater Kudu has stunning spiral horns.

Greater Kudu is known as a wonderful mammal. This type of antelope has a narrow body with long legs. The coats of Greater Kudu range from brown to reddish brown. Greater Kudu has vertical white stripes along their torso. Greater Kudu has a gestation period of 240 days.

7. Moose


Moose

Moose's scientific name is Alces alces. This type of deer is a member of the alces, a subfamily of the New World deer. The moose is known to be the largest and heaviest surviving species of the deer family. This type of deer is found mostly in the forests of Canada, Finland, Alaska, Sweden and Norway.

This animal is known as the tallest mammal in North America. The moose is found six feet high. Moose deer have wide and flat antlers. This animal lives in temperate to subarctic climates. Hunting and other human activities have reduced the range of this type of deer over time. The lifespan of a moose deer is 15 to 25 years.

8. Nilgai


Nilgai

The scientific name of Nilgai is Boselaphus tragocamelus. Nilgai is known to be the largest antelope in Asia. Nilgai is ubiquitous in the North Indian subcontinent. This type of Nilgai is known as blue bull. Nilgai is a native of the Indian subcontinent. Nilgai is also a common wild animal found in the tropical forests of India. This type of Nilgai is found mostly in shrub forests and meadows. These animals are mainly active during the day. This type of antelope eats grass. Nilgai is common in agricultural lands.

9. Nyala


Nyala

The scientific name of Nyala is Tragelaphus angasii. This type of antelope is known as a spiral-horned antelope. Nyala Kaliyar is a native of South Africa. Nyala is a species of the family Bovidae and the genus Nyala. This type of antelope is also considered in the genus Tragelaphus.

Nyala antelope is found in South Africa's Altitude A and Kruger National Parks. This type of antelope is protected in national parks and sanctuaries in the African protected area. Nyala antelope is mostly painted blue. Nyala usually browses during the day. The gestation period of this type of antelope is 220 days.

10. Red Deer


Red Deer

The scientific name of Red Deer is Cervus elaphus. This type of red deer is known as one of the largest species of deer. The red type of deer is found in most parts of Iran, Europe, Asia Minor, the Caucasus Mountains region, parts of western Asia, and Central Asia.

The Red Deer is the only deer species living in Africa. Meat from this type of deer is used as a source of food in many parts of the world. These types of deer are ruminants. Red Deer is characterized by a four-forked stomach.

11. Reindeer


Reindeer

The Scientific name of Reindeer is Rangifer tarandus. This type of deer is also known as caribou in North America. Reindeer is known as a species of deer with circulating distribution. Reindeer are found in the Arctic, subArctic, Siberia, tundra, boreal, and mountainous regions of northern Europe, and North America.

This type of deer is a large species of deer native to the mountainous regions of Europe. Arctic and Subarctic people hunt this type of deer for meat and antlers. This type of deer is used for transportation and milk. Reindeer are also found in the barren ground caribou Kitaa of Greenland. Reindeer has a speed of 60 - 80 km / h.

12. Roan Antelope


Roan Antelope

The scientific name of Roan Antelope is Hippotragus equinus. Roan Antelope is known as the largest species of antelope. This type of antelope is the largest savanna antelope in Africa. Roan Antelope is similar to woodland and meadow sable antelope.

Roan Antelope is known as the most powerful African antelope. This type of antelope has white eyebrows, underbellies and cheeks and black faces. The Gestation period of Roan Antelope is 278 days.

13. Sambar


Sambar

The scientific name of Sambar deer is Rusa unicolor. This type of deer is known as the largest deer in the Indian subcontinent, South China and Southeast Asia. Sambar has been listed as an endangered species on the IUCN Red List since 2008. The Sambar deer population has declined significantly due to intense hunting, rebellion and industrialization.

The Indian Sambar deer is the most commonly seen deer species. Sambar is the favorite prey of the Indian tiger. The appearance and size of this type of deer varies widely in their range. The Gestation period of Sambar is 246 days.

14. Thorold's Deer


Thorolds Deer

The scientific name of Thorold’s Deer is Cervus albirostris. This type of deer is known as the endangered species of deer found in the meadows, bushes and forest heights in the East Tibetan Plateau. Thorold’s Deer is also known as the white-striped deer for the white patches around his vagina.

This animal is also found in the meadows and forests of the Himalayan plate. Thorold’s Deer is known as one of the largest deer species in Asia. Thorold’s Deer fills the same ecological structure as the Tibetan red deer. As of early 2011, more than 100 such deer have been kept in ISIS-registered zoos. The gestation period of Thorold’s Deer is 263 days.

15. White Tailed Deer


White Tailed Deer

The scientific name of this type of Deer is Odocoileus virginianus. This type of deer is also known as the Virginia deer. This animal is a medium-sized species of deer family. The White Tailed Deer is known as the largest wild animal in Northern Virginia. The white-tailed deer live in largely distributed wild canals.

White Tailed Deer is found in the Rocky Mountains, the lower foothills, and the plains of the United States and South America. The speed of White Tailed Deer is 48 km / h.