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Schleich Red Deer Calf 14629

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Schleich Red Deer Calf 14629

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Red deer antlers grow one inch per day.

 

Living in groups, young deer are cared for and well-protected, especially since they camouflage well in the woods with white spots on their back. Since they must run quickly to escape predators, deer are equipped with long legs. Deer are the only mammals to grow antlers. Males use their antlers to compete with other males during breeding season. Also, during this time, red deer males grow a mane around their neck. This mane is made up of thick fur and makes the red buck look more intimidating. These deer can live between ten and twenty years, depending on whether they live in captivity or in the wild.

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SKU 047024751
Model 14629
Weight 0.2500
Color No
Size No
Width N/A
In Store Only No
Price $2.99
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Rural King provides a defect or damage warranty within 30 days of receipt. All Manufacturing Return Policies Supersede Rural King's Return Policy.
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  • From Kerry at 1/16/13 6:07 PM
    • Q: what scale is it?
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    • A: Hello Kerry,
      It measures 1 in L x 2.2 in W x 2.2 in H
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