Fallow deer is a subspecie of deer native to Spain. The body weight can be approx. 187-242 lb / 85-110 kg on an adult male.
The common coat colour is brown with white spots on the back and a black tip at the end of the tail. However there are some fallow deer than present different colour phases. Winter colour is darker. Does and fawns live in herds while males live in smaller groups. During the rut period males make a “snoring” characteristical sound. Fallow deer are grazing animals and prefer habitat in mixed woodland and open grassland. Only bucks carry antlers. These are broad and shovel like (palmate) from 3 years, growing in size with age.