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Online camera from forest zookoutku in Malé Chuchle. If you visit the zookout personally, you can see fox, badger, scarf, lynx and others. Online camera takes deer runs. Forest deer is a large alfalfa of the cervidaceae family. It occurs in large parts of Europe, in the Caucasus, in Lesser, Western and Central Asia, and also in the territory between Morocco and Tunisia. Forest deer is one of the largest representatives of its family. The males grow 175 - 230 cm and their weight is between 160 - 240 kg. Females are considerably smaller, grow to 160 - 210 cm and reach weights between 120 - 170 kg. The tailpiece measures 12 - 19 mm and at the withers it reaches 120 to 150 cm. Size and weight are very variable and clearly vary between subspecies.

The most typical feature for deer males are antlers. The deer antlers each year, usually at the end of the winter, crashes. In the spring, when young deer grow new deer, they are covered with a soft protective velvety layer, called to depict, which rising antler nourishes and later harvested by trees. The antlers are made of bone, which can grow on average by 2,5 cm a day. Forest deer is widespread and in many countries also an abundant species of hornbeam. It covers virtually the whole of Europe. It occupies the central and western parts of Asia and also extends to the territory of Asia Minor. Deer is a typical inhabitant of old forests with occasional hills and bushes.

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Deer run online camera

Online camera from forest zookoutku in Malé Chuchle. If you visit the zookout personally, you can see fox, badger, scarf, lynx and others. Online camera takes deer runs. Forest deer is a large alfalfa of the cervidaceae family. It occurs in large parts of Europe, in the Caucasus, in Lesser, Western and Central Asia, and also in the territory between Morocco and Tunisia. Forest deer is one of the largest representatives of its family. The males grow 175 - 230 cm and their weight is between 160 - 240 kg. Females are considerably smaller, grow to 160 - 210 cm and reach weights between 120 - 170 kg. The tailpiece measures 12 - 19 mm and at the withers it reaches 120 to 150 cm. Size and weight are very variable and clearly vary between subspecies.

The most typical feature for deer males are antlers. The deer antlers each year, usually at the end of the winter, crashes. In the spring, when young deer grow new deer, they are covered with a soft protective velvety layer, called to depict, which rising antler nourishes and later harvested by trees. The antlers are made of bone, which can grow on average by 2,5 cm a day. Forest deer is widespread and in many countries also an abundant species of hornbeam. It covers virtually the whole of Europe. It occupies the central and western parts of Asia and also extends to the territory of Asia Minor. Deer is a typical inhabitant of old forests with occasional hills and bushes.

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