Irish Red Deer...
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Red deer are the only native deer to Ireland. They once roamed all over Ireland, but deforestation, over hunting and the Great Famine (1845 - 1847) made many populations extinct. By 1960 there was believed to be as few as 60 still in the wild. Today, however, the populations are increasing and these beautiful deer are being saved.
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