A deer is an animal which lives in the jungle. It is found in different parts of Asia, Europe and North America. A deer has four long legs and a very small white tail; it has white circular patches on its skin. Some deer have white linings on their skin. A male deer has horns on its head whereas female deer has no horns on its head. Deers roam in the jungle in search of food and that’s why they become the easy prey of other wild animals like lion, tiger, fox, etc.
A deer is a mammal which means it gives birth to babies. Deer is an herbivorous animal; it eats grass, leaves, plants and other herbs of the jungle. The population of deer is decreasing throughout the world due to excessive hunting.
Ten Lines on Deer in English
10 Lines on Deer for Class 1
1) Deer is an animal that is very attractive in appearance.
2) It inhabits every part of the world except Antarctica and Australia.
3) Deer’s are of red, brown, grey body colors depending upon their species.
4) There are more than 40 species of deer found in the world.
5) Deer is a herbivore and feeds on grasses, leaves, twigs, and small plants.
6) It is a ruminant mammal that chews its food again after eating.
7) The gestation period in female deer is about 6-10 months according to their species.
8) The baby deer is called Fawn.
9) The parental care to fawn is provided only by the mother deer.
10) The average lifespan of a deer is about 10-20 years.
10 Lines on Deer for Class 2
1) Deer is an animal that can survive in diverse climatic conditions.
2) Male deer is called a buck and a female deer is a doe.
3) Moose deer having body growth more than 2 meters is considered the largest deer.
4) Deer can see up to 310 degrees as their eyes are at the sides of their head.
5) It runs at a speed of 40km/hr and also has excellent jumping potential.
6) The baby deer called fawns can walk only after 20 minutes of their birth.
7) Deer do not have gallbladder in their body.
8) Antlers are the characteristic feature of a male deer.
9) The first antler in male deer grows one year after their birth.
10) Deer have been hunted from ancient times for its horns, skin, and meat.
10 Lines on Deer For Class 3
1) The deer is a mammal which gives birth to babies and lives in the jungle.
2) A deer has four long legs, a small white tail and white circular patches on its body.
3) Deer has hooves below its legs and it has horns on its head; it is a medium sized animal.
4) Generally male deer have horns on their head but female deer have no horns.
5) Deer produces the “Bleat” sound; it is generally produced by babies of the deer.
6) Deer is a Herbivorous animal which means it eats grass, leaves, plants, fruits and green herbs of jungle.
7) Deer roam in the jungle in search for food and in summer they eat grass, leaves and small plants and in winter they eat mushroom, twigs and small branches.
8) The male deer is known as “Stag” or “Buck” and the female one is called as “Doe” or “Hind”.
9) When a female deer gives birth to its offspring, it is called as a “Fawn” and it gives birth to 1 to 2 fawns at a time.
10) There are 60 different sub-species of the deer which is known to the world.
10 Lines on Deer For Class 4
1) There are 33.2 million deer in the world and around 10 million deers are found in India.
2) Generally, a deer lives with its babies and searches the food but to protect its babies, it hides the babies at different places.
3) Deer move in a group and it is called as a “Herd”.
4) A new born deer stands quickly and takes its first step after half an hour of its birth.
5) A deer can jump higher as well as they can also swim well.
6) The running speed of a deer varies; some species have 60 to 80 kms per hour speed but some species have the speed of 100 kms per hour.
7) A deer has an excellent hearing and smelling ability in comparison to other living beings.
8) Deer are the best and common prey of other wild animals like lion, tiger, wolf, jackal etc.
9) Excessive hunting of deer for their skin and meat has brought down their population.
10) Deer are the endangered species that’s why they are kept in the zoo in order to protect and preserve them.
10 Lines on Deer For Class 5
1) Deer are hoofed mammals from the family of Cervidae.
2) Deer live in varied forest conditions throughout the world from tundra to tropical rainforests.
3) Deer are herbivorous and live on grass and other plants found in forests.
4) There are nearly 43 species of deer including reindeer, swamp deer, barking deer and mouse deer etc.
5) Dears inhabit all the continents except Australia and Antarctica.
6) In some cities in United States and Canada, deer live along with human settlement.
7) In all except one species of deer, males carry antlers.
8) Both male and female species of Reindeer carry antlers.
9) Another distinguished physiological trait of deer is that they lack gall bladder.
10) Deer are highly selective eaters and only feed on young grass, herbs, foliage and fruits, etc.
10 Lines on Deer For Class 6
1) Deer are herbivorous with large and complex digestive system.
2) Deer have highly mobile lips and an efficient yet complex teeth system to help in feeding grass.
3) Deer are selective eaters because the antlers need food rich in mineral, protein and energy.
4) Deer use antlers for protection during courtship fights.
5) Deer antlers have an ability to re grow after a fixed duration of time varying from species to species.
6) The high need for nutrients for antlers confine deer to highly productive habitats only.
7) Deer usually prefers thickest in forest to graze and also as a safe hide from predators.
8) Deer are gifted with acute sense of smell and hearing which they use for protection.
9) Deer always stay in a group with young ones in middle to save them from other predators.
10) Mouse deer also called Chevrotains are the smallest deer species found in Africa.
The deer is a very beautiful animal that lives in the jungle; it is a herbivore and roams in the jungle in search of food. Deer is equally important in controlling the ecosystem of the environment by eating grass, leaves, plants, weeds, etc. Deer becomes easy prey for other wild animals of the jungle. Excessive and regular hunting by the humans for meat and skin have highly reduced their population, that’s why deers are kept in a zoo, to protect and preserve them.