Common terms for a young deer are fawn or calf. As deer reach maturity, they earn distinct names based on their gender. Adult male deer are known as bucks, while adult females are known as does.
The white patches that are typically dispersed across the backs and rump regions of fawns are a frequent physical trait. These white dots are a protection mechanism that disrupts the pattern of the deer’s body, allowing it to blend in with the ground and evade predators. The white dots on the fawns’ brown fur resemble the light and dark patterns on the woodland floor generated by sunlight shining through the leaves and branches of the trees.
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