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The mule deer conservation will have information on habitat and babies. These animals have large ears that move constantly and independently, from whence they get their name, “Burro Deer.” They do not run as other deer, but have a peculiar and distinctive bounding leap over distances up to 8 yards, with all 4 feet coming down together. The mule deer conservation will have information on habitat and babies.

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Mule Deer

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conservation, babies

These are magnificent animals, with males larger than females. These animals have no canine teeth and, like the cow, have a multi-part stomach, the first two chambers of which act as temporary storage bins. Food stored here can be digested later when the deer chews its cud. The mule deer conservation will have information on habitat and babies.

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