Spotted Deers, Bandipur National Park, Karnataka, India by Hirish Gowda

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They prefer dense deciduous forests, semi-evergreen forests, and open grasslands. They also prefer heavy forest cover for shade. The highest numbers of spotted deers are found in the forests of India.
The spotted deer is a social animal. They commonly occur in herds of 6 to 30, which may contain 2 or 3 stags. Herds are common and composed of adult females and their young from the present and previous year. Large dominant stags without velvet stay in the centre of the herd and are surrounded by the females and their young.

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