Deer belong to the family Cervidae, which includes 44 different species of deer, elk, caribou, moose, and reindeer. These cervids are taxonomically divided amongst 17 different genera within the Cervidae (or deer) family.
Deer can be found everywhere in the world and are native to all continents except Australia and Antarctica. They belong to the Cervidae family, which includes 44 different species of deer – such as reindeer, elk, moose, caribou and more. They are vary adaptable to most environments.
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