Fallow deer

The fallow deer anatomically has a long and thin neck, with a long snout and large ears. The coat of the fallow deer varies throughout the year. In winter, the coat is black and the spots on the dorsal coat are also dark, with the ventral region being the only part that is white. In summer, the coat is reddish brown with white dorsal patches clearly outlined on the back and sides. The belly remains white throughout the year.