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Male deer lose their antlers once a year to grow new, larger antlers. Once the antlers are shed, they will start growing a soft velvet before developing another full antler rack. This velvet is full of blood vessels and nutrients that helps stimulate the antler regrowth process.What diseases do deer have?
Deer are commonly afflicted by localized diseases. But seldom does a disease spread to epidemic proportions. A serious virus contagious among deer, but not among humans, is hemorrhagic disease. As the name suggests, this virus causes a deer to hemorrhage all over its body.What is a typical whitetail deer?
Typical whitetail bucks are called "typical" when describing their antlers or rack. The term "typical" is a scoring term used by the Boone and Crockett and the Pope and Young clubs to define a set of antlers for logging into the record books.What is the species of a deer?
Species : Deer. Deer (singular and plural) are the ruminant mammals forming the family Cervidae. Species in the Cervidae family include White-tailed deer, Elk, Moose, Red Deer, Reindeer, Roe and Chital. Male deer of all species, except the Chinese Water deer, and female Reindeer grow and shed new antlers each year.