Here is our collection of North Andean deer pictures. We love North Andean photos and we are going to increase the number of North Andean deer pictures in this section as soon as possible. Feel free to download any of the North Andean deer pictures for your personal use. Here is a bit of information on the North Andean Deer.
The North Andean Deer has a variety of names such as the Peruvian Guemel, the Peruvian Huemel and the Taruca. It is very similar in appearance to the South Andean Deer, the main difference between the speices being the form of the antlers. In the North Andean Deer they branch close to the rose and the skull, while in the South Andean deer they branch from a small stem further along their length. The antlers are between 20 and 30 cm in length. They are cast after the rut each year on October or November and begin to grow again immediately. They are fully grown by the following March. In stature the North Andean Deer is a small, short-legged deer. The coat is rough and thick, and in colour is a greyish brown. There are white markings around the throat. The ears are large and rounded with white insides. The tail is short, and unlike that of the South Andean Deer the underside is brown and not white in colour.