Top 10 Largest Deer

Barasingha: is a deer native to the Indian subcontinent. They have numerous tines (points/prongs) on their antlers, numbering anywhere from 14-20. The word barasingha means “12-horned” in Hindustani.

Pere David’s Deer: is a large deer native to Asia. It is the only member of its genus and is no longer found in the wild. Captive populations in zoos, private animal collections.

Mule Deer: these gentle herbivores are among the most iconic examples of wildlife in the American West. Another defining characteristic is their tail, which is short, all-white, and has a small black

Sambar: is the largest deer species native to India and Southeast Asia. The appearance and size of each sambar can differ wildly, which has led to some classification confusion in the past.

Reindeer:They are arctic specialists, living in large quantities above the arctic circle in North America, Europe, Siberia, and Greenland. Generally speaking, there are two types, forest and tundra.

Thorold’s Deer :They are also known as the Chinese white-lipped deer due to pronounced patches of white around their muzzle. The Latin species name albirostris, comes from the words albus.

Moose:The largest deer on earth is the moose. Moose are enormous, featuring broad, open-palmed antlers with points extending beyond the “palm.” The largest ever recorded moose weighed 1,808 lbs.

White-tailed Deer: is one of the most common deer species on earth. It has a wide natural range has also been introduced in other areas like New Zealand.

Red Deer:is a big animal. This species is prominent in Europe, the Caucasus region, Turkey, and parts of Iran. There are even small numbers present in the tall Atlas Mountains of Northern Africa.

Elk: is a mainstay in many locations. Their rut (mating season), which occurs every autumn, is a tourist magnet in places like Estes Park, Colorado, drawing thousands of visitors every year.