Author 'Boucher Marc dit de Meilh' (Id 185506 ) : Fallow deer antlers - european Fallow deer male (Dama Dama) animal-mammal-ruminant herbivore of the deer family. The suede male is recognizable by its large wooden particularly flat at the top. During the summer her dress fawn is spotted with white. It likes clearings, undergrowth, etc ; feeds on young shoots and buds in spring, fruits such as acorns, chestnuts, etc in The winter, her dress becomes more brown. The female or doe is smaller, weighs up to 40 kilograms and measure from 100 to 120 cm long and 70 to 80 cm high at the withers. The 'temporary' (the cry) of the male is heard from October to November at the time of the rut. The doe can then put a fawn in the world, sometimes two, sometime in June-July. It covers 8 months and well cared for its lifetime often reaches 25 years. Ph : Marc de Meilhan Butcher.