What do deers do for fun?
Deer can run up to 30 miles per hour.
Deer are beautiful creatures that are known for being gentle and calm.
They are herbivores and like to eat plants, twigs, fruits and nuts, as well as grass.
They are great swimmers and can run extremely fast when trying to get away from threats.
How is deer useful to us?
Deer, as with all living organisms, play an important role in an ecosystem. Their presence influences and is influenced by other organisms that live alongside them in their natural habitat. Plants and animals all need beneficial conditions in order to survive.
What is special about deer?
Members of the deer family (Cervidae) are cloven-hoofed ungulates that typically have compact torsos with long, slender legs and small tails — and most males have antlers. The family is quite large, and includes caribou, elk, moose, muntjacs and wapiti.
What role do deer play in the ecosystem?
Deer play the role of a consumer in the ecosystem. Deer eat green plants. They would be considered a primary consumer because they are herbivores (animals that eat only plants). In the relationship of predator prey in an ecosystem, the deer become the prey for other animals, man being one of them.