What is another word for Japanese Deer?

Pronunciation: [d͡ʒˌapənˈiːz dˈi͡ə] (IPA)

The Japanese deer, also known as the sika deer, is a common species of deer found in Japan. They are closely related to the red deer and have a distinctive coat that is reddish-brown in summer and dark brown in winter. They are also known for their distinctive antlers, which are relatively short and have only a few points. Synonyms for the Japanese deer include the sika deer, the spotted deer, and the Japanese spotted deer. The name "sika" comes from the Japanese word for deer. The deer is also known as the "spotted deer" due to the presence of white spots on its coat. The Japanese spotted deer is a unique subspecies of sika deer that is found only in Japan. Despite being one of the most recognizable species of deer, the Japanese deer is also considered a pest due to their destructive feeding habits.

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