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what species of deer is this?

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Really don't you think the angle of the brow tines and its ear carriage and the lack of a frown just scream out fallow

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norweigen [spelling] fallow buck not many in uk few round south cumbria borders

 

 

Eh???

so called deer expert :huh:

the only wild examples are found on the Cumbria-Lancashire border from a small herd in woodland near Silverdale and Arnside is home to a small herd of very handsome Norwegian black fallow deer

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norweigen [spelling] fallow buck not many in uk few round south cumbria borders

 

 

Eh???

so called deer expert :huh:

the only wild examples are found on the Cumbria-Lancashire border from a small herd in woodland near Silverdale and Arnside is home to a small herd of very handsome Norwegian black fallow deer

 

Well....funny thing, I never realised that Fallow were indigenous to Norway. :icon_eek:

 

 

'Cos, if they aren't then there can't be anything such as a "norwegian fallow"...only fallow that have been imported from Norway and are the very same as what we have running around in the uk..... :bye:

 

Ergo, that photo is of a melanistic fallow, plain and simple.

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And what do the experts say this one is ?

 

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Well, I'm not an expert, but If i had to guess I'd say Rusa......

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there are only two indigionous to this country they are the two Rs...roe and sika

 

Well I didnt no that 2 Ehh youlive and learn something every day I was always told the only indigenous species was Capreolus Capreolus. thanks for that..

Cheers Stu

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there are only two indigionous to this country they are the two Rs...roe and sika

 

I think you mean Roe and Red are the 2 indigenous species on our shores . Sika are Japanese.

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there are only two indigionous to this country they are the two Rs...roe and sika

 

I think you mean Roe and Red are the 2 indigenous species on our shores . Sika are Japanese.

 

 

Ahhh So

 

:yes::D

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