Yes they are. The Red Stag used to be widespread over America and Canada, but are now mostly present in Western North America. Red Stag are also present in Europe, North Africa, and Asia. They were also introduced to Australia, New Zealand, and Argentina. DNA studies have shown that the North American Elk and the Red Stag are two distinct species.
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