Duane Gerlach, Sally Atwater, Judith Schnell
Stackpole Books, 1994 - Nature - 384 pages
Widlife professionals, respected biologists, artists and renowned photographers have contributed to this volume which covers the evolution, life history, anatomy, physiology, behaviour and habitat of the North American deer. Comparisons of the species - their gaits, methods of dealing with predators, preferred foods, social behaviours, mating activities - reveal the ecological niche and natural history of this popular wild mammal. Included are studies on vision capabilities, communication, and subspeciation.
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