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Illuminating comparisons of the species - their gaits, methods of dealing with predators, ...
Illuminating comparisons of the species - their gaits, methods of dealing with predators, preferred foods, social behaviors, mating activities - reveal the ecological niche and natural history of North America's most popular wild mammal. Included as well are controversial studies of vision capabilities, communication, and subspeciation. Deer is lavishly illustrated. Full-color photographic sequences of rubbing, scraping, sparring, fighting, copulating and other rarely glimpsed activities show deer in their natural world. There are 350 incredible full-color photographs altogether, plus 40 color paintings, 20 black-and-white drawings, and informative maps and graphs.
In this third volume in Stackpole's acclaimed Wildlife Series, respected biologists and renowned photographers and artists cover the life history, anatomy, physiology, behavior, habitat, and more of North America's most graceful and popular mammal, deer. 380 color photos and art; 100 drawings, maps, charts, and graphs.