Zoomify Images: Fig 11-01b Male deer cranium/dentition: ventral view

Fig 11-01b Male white-tailed deer cranium (ventral view). In most deer species, the males have antlers while the females do not. The one exception is the reindeer; both male and female reindeer have antlers. Antlers differ from horns and are found only in cervids (e.g., deer and moose). The deer’s dental formula is 0/3.0/1.3/3.3/3.