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Fallow Deer Lying Up

Chris Monks

Warrington, United Kingdom

Artist's Description

This was taken in the Deer Park at Dunham Massey, a National Trust property in Cheshire, England. You can still see the scars on the antlers from the battles fought in the autumn rutting season.
The Fallow Deer was spread across Central Europe by the Romans and evidence of their presence in England in the 1st Century AD has recently been discovered. Traditionally, it was thought that it was introduced by the Normans after the Conquest to provide food and sport in the great Royal Forests.
Featured in This, That and the Other Thing Group
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Top Ten in the Deer Me Group Challenge
Top Ten in the Deer Me Group Challenge
Nikon D7000
Nikon NIKKOR 80-400mm 1:4.5-5.6D

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