Are there any deer populations that migrate long distances?



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    The reindeer (also called caribou), which is a member of the deer family, does migrate the longest distance of any terrestrial mammal. In North America, they walk distances of up to 6,000 km (3,700 mi) every year.

    No other deer species come close, although some do migrate small distances, especially¬† between wooded and mountainous terrain (including¬†elk, mule, and red deer). Eld’s deer migrate searching for food in growing seasons and water in dry season.

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