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Muledeer

Copyright Barbara Samuelson 1997

Mule Deer (Odocoileus hemionus) from Tomales Point, Northern California. The Mule Deer carries its thin, black-tipped tail drooped, unlike the uplifted, bushy white tail of its cousin. They have a distinctly different gait from the leisurely, graceful leaps of the white-tail. When startled, a Mule Deer will move in a series of stiff-legged jumps with all four feet hitting the ground together.


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