Posted January 14, 2019 10:08:58 There are more male deer than female deer in Australia, according to new research.
The research by Queensland University of Technology and the National Park Service shows that more than 1,000 deer have been captured in the past year, up from about 150 in 2014.
The study is part of a broader effort by the National Parks Service to find out the health and wellbeing of Australian wildlife, particularly male deer.
The NSW Department of Environment, Water and Land has released a number of resources about the health of Australian deer, including a map of the state’s deer population.
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