Arguably, it would have to be the white-tailed deer. Its antlers can spread anywhere from 3–25 inches or 8–64 centimeters.
The deer with the largest antlers are the moose. Moose are part of the deer family, although they do not fall directly under the sub-family of “true deer.” Usually, moose that live in Siberia, Canada, or Alaska tend to have larger antlers.
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