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roe deer in Animals topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishroe deerˈroe deer noun (plural roe deer) [countable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š HBAa small European and Asian deer that lives in forests
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roe deerβ€’ A roe deer came down into reeds opposite to munch at green stuff.β€’ It may predate larger animals as well as small mammals, with records of prey as large as juvenile foxes and roe deer.β€’ The muntjac and roe deer are browsers, living either singly or in very small groups throughout the year in dense woodland.β€’ Other animals you might spot in the woodlands are red squirrels and roe deer.β€’ I often see foxes, roe deer and red squirrels in the conifer plantation there.β€’ She has hunted wild game, mainly roe deer and moose, and has had little impact on livestock.β€’ It may be possible at certain times of the day to observe roe deer in adjoining fields. 2.β€’ Larger numbers of roe deer live near there and Czechoslovakia still has bears and wolves roaming in the wild.