|Title: Mule Deer, Alternative Title: (Odocoileus hemionus), Creator: USFWS, Photo, Source: WO3857-023, Publisher: U.S.Fish and Wildlife Service, Contributor: DIVISION OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS.|
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A moderately large deer with large ears; antlers typically dichotomously branched and restricted almost entirely to males; metatarsal gland 8-12 cm long, narrow, and situated above midpoint of shank; upperparts in winter cinnamon buff suffused with blackish, more reddish in summer; brow patch whitish; ear grayish on outside, whitish on inside; tail usually with black tip and white basal portion; underparts white. Mule Deer (Odocoileus hemionus)