The Whitetail Deer is a medium sized kind of deer (class 2). It can be hunted in the Layton Lake District.

Description Edit

The whitetail deer is one of the most common native deer species in North America. It is a medium-sized deer, characterized by the white underside of its tail that can easily be seen when the deer is alarmed. Its fur color ranges from red-brown to grey-brown. Whitetail deer vary quite a lot in size. Bucks weigh in from 45 - 100 kg (100 - 275 lb), and also develop medium-sized antlers that can branch into several points along one main beam. Whitetails are highly adaptive herbivores that live in forests, as well as more open prairie like environments. They do not pose a threat to humans, and can run up to speeds of 75 km (47 mi) per hour when scared. They can also leap over obstacles as high as 2.7 m (8.9 ft).

Features Edit

Behaviour Docile and somewhat skittish
Habitat Prefer to live inside forests
Senses Excellent sense of smell
Social Solitary to small and medium-sized groups
Active During dawn, late afternoon and dusk
Recommended Equipment Weapon class 2, Deer "Bleat" Caller, Deer "Grunt" Caller, Whitetail Scent
Species Odocoileus virginianus
Difficulty Average

Organs and bones Edit

Whitetail organs
  1. Skull
  2. Brain
  3. Neckbone 1
  4. Neckbone 2
  5. Neckbone 3
  6. Spine bone 1
  7. Lungs
  8. Spine bone 2
  9. Spine bone 3
  10. Pelvis
  11. Heart
  12. Shoulder bone
  13. Liver
  14. Stomach
  15. Intestines
  16. Body

Fur variants Edit

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