Seven Persian fallow deer born in Sari

SARI, May 25 (MNA) – Seven Persian fallow deer were born in Sari Dasht-e Naz Wildlife Refuge, Mazandaran province, Iran since the Iranian calendar year 1398.

Iranian Yellow Deer is on the brink of extinction. This native animal is protected in several protected shelters throughout Iran. The Persian fallow deer is a rare ruminant mammal belonging to the family Cervidae. Persian fallow deer is physically larger than fallow deer, and their antlers are bigger and less palmated.

Sari Dasht-e Naz Wildlife Refuge is about 55 hectares hosting Persian fallow deer.

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