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And according to the researchers, red deer -- which provided the people with skins, meat and other products -- would not have been affected by the temperature change, meaning the hunter-gatherers still had access to them.
At European sites in Italy, Belgium, France, and central Europe, notched marks like these have been found on antlers, tusks and teeth, ribs, limbs, and other bones from reindeer, red deer, mammoth, and several bovid species.
And rare artifacts, like a plentiful number of red deer antler headdresses and masks, are intriguing.
Mammal species that have been introduced to New Zealand by humans, like the red deer, don’t seem to be able to pick up the slack.
With a surface area of over 1.5 million ha, the area is used for livestock rearing, grazing, red deer farming, fodder production and apiculture.
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: a large kind of deer with big antlers that lives in Europe, Asia, and Africa
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