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fallow deer in England
July 17, 2013

Fallow Deer, England

This Month in Photo of the Day: Animal Pictures

In England, a fallow deer fawn stays close to a buck. Dama dama isn't native to the U.K.; the species is thought to have been introduced to Britain by the Normans in the 11th century. Today it's widespread in England and Wales.

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Photograph by Mark Bridger, National Geographic Your Shot
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