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 Do female deer have antlers?

Answer Most female deer do not have antlers, with the exception of the female caribou. The caribou is in the order of Artioldactyl and is a member of the deer family. Domesticated caribou are known as rei... Read More »
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Can female whitetail deer have antlers?

Male whitetail deer, scientifically named Odocoileus virginianus, grow antlers in the spring and shed them in the fall. Females of this species do not usually have antlers. Occasionally a female wi... Read More »
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What is a female deer with antlers called?

With very rare exceptions, caribou (also known as reindeer) are the only species of deer in which the females have antlers. Female caribou keep their antlers through the winter, while males shed th... Read More »
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What Species of Deer Has Antlers on Both Male & Female?

Although there are several species of deer, only the reindeer and caribou are species where both males and females have antlers. Caribou males and reindeer males start growing their antlers in Febr... Read More »
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When do deer get antlers?

According to the website PaBucks, male deer grow their first set of antlers by the time they reach 18 months old. Deer usually grow their antlers in the spring and summer seasons between March and ... Read More »
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