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- The smallest of the North American deer family, whitetail deer are crepuscular grazers, eating at dawn and dusk.
- Whitetails are ruminants with a 4-chambered stomach. This enables them to digest tough, woody plants.
- Unlike horns, which are made of keratin, a whitetail’s antlers are true bone, which is shed in late winter and regrown each spring.
- Antlers, the fastest-growing living tissue in the world, are covered with a sensitive velvet as they grow.