Red deer are large members of the Cervidae family, this also includes elk, whitetail deer, fallow deer and moose. They live in Europe and portions of Asia, but humans have also introduced them to a number of other places across the world. Like most deer, red deer live primarily in forests and along the forest edges, they usually live in mature forests. Some common habitats include grasslands, meadows, moors and woodlands. Some deer also adapt to life in farmland and semi-urban parks. They feed on plants and graze on grasses, depending on season and availability.
Red deer are a native range which runs through much of Europe. Habitat preservation and hunting limitations have allowed the deer to spread into Russia, parts of the Middle East, and south into northern Africa.
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