Lithuania fallow lived up to the sixteenth century., But then disappeared. A seventeenth-nineteenth century. was grown in some manor parks. During the Soviet years brought fallow the GDR, Czechoslovakia, and Hungary. 1976-1977 m. to Lithuania, brought about 90 fallow deer, which at first as aviaries, later part of the run to freedom, to the woods. Lithuania rare, barely detectable only where it was released. It is often cultivated paddocks. In 2006. lived about 580 fallow deer.
70-125 kg in weight, slim, similar to red deer only smaller and with white round spots on the sides of the body. Along the back - bright blackish band nusitęsianti through the tail. Mirror (formless white spot in the rear) brighter than the red deer, with blackish or blackish brown hair band edges. The tail is longer than the red deer, with a longitudinal black stripe. Coat color in summer - brown or yellowish-brown in winter - gray-brown. There are white and blackish fallow. Males are slightly larger. Their horns - the upper part of the shoulder.
Juveniles fallow the first horns grow next year in May-June, July-August rubs off on their skin. The first horn is pear-shaped, thick foundation, sharply tapering apex. Thick, pear-shaped horn is different from the foundation of the first precious deer antlers, which are thin, pencil-shaped. Adult males horns drop in April-May, June, begin to grow new antlers, which removed her fallow in August-September pradžioje.Gyvena mixed fir and deciduous forests with dense shrubs craze and abundant grassy vegetation. Daniel, like red deer, different seasons of the various units. In winter, males live alone, females and juveniles, often in mixed squads. Activities throughout the year.
Feed on vegetable food in trees and bushes branches, shoots, bark (except Alder and Birch), grasses and field crops. Also mushrooms.

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