Reindeer (Scientific name: Rangifer tarandus), also known as antler deer. It is the only animal in the reindeer family. It is about 200cm long and 100-120cm tall at the shoulder [1]. Both sexes have horns, and the branching of the horns is an important feature of their appearance. Long horns branching, sometimes more than 30, hooves broad, well-developed hoof, tail very short. The reindeer’s body is covered with light but extremely cold-resistant fur. Coat color varies significantly by subspecies and sex from season to season, ranging from the dark tan of male woodland caribou in the summer to the white of Greenland. The main fur colors are brown, off-white, floral white and white. In the color of white generally appear in the abdomen, neck and above the hooves.

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