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Fallow deer in Bradgate Park, Leicestershire, England
Fallow deer in Bradgate Park, Leicestershire, England (© Chris Bainbridge/Alamy)
Fallow deer in Bradgate Park, England
Fallow deer are known for their striking coat, which changes colour with the seasons and is often adorned with white spots in the summer. During the autumn rutting season, males spar with each other to establish their dominance. These male deer can be spotted by their palmate antlers, which have a broad, flattened surface. Fallow deer are native to Europe and parts of Asia, and are a common sight in Leicestershire, England, particularly in Bradgate Park. This 340-hectare park not only offers a sanctuary for these animals, but also features beautiful landscapes, woodlands and the Beacon Hill Tower, which offers panoramic views of the area.
© Chris Bainbridge/Alamy