Courtesy of: Sedgwick County Zoo
The white tail deer in an elusive creature. It resides in the Appalachian Mountains and a couple of other small areas in Florida, including the Florida Everglades. Usually the deer doesn't go near humans. Unfortunately, the same thing doesn't go for humans.
The white tail deer is really just a normal kind of deer. It has a small tail, which is white, a tiny bit larger body, and is very timid. The White Tail Deer can be up to about six feet tall and about five feet long, about the size of an average man.
The white tail deer's main cause of death is being hunted by humans for meat and skin. This can be solved easily. The government has solved this by issuing deer seasons and only allowing a certain amount of deer to be shot.
The white tail deer is very shy so don't try to go near one. You'll never succeed in doing that.
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