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Volucorn Deer

A small species of deer. They are around two feet at the shoulders and maybe three feet long. They have light-banded fur and antlers that curl out from the head and branch out sharply. They on average weigh between sixty and eighty pounds. They can run at around thirty miles an hour, and jump up to fifteen feet at a sprint. They are known to have extremely soft pelts and antlers that have tips dense enough to pierce steel plates.

Basic Information


Quadrupedal with densely muscled in the legs and neck. The skull is dense enough to stop most projectiles.

Genetics and Reproduction

Typical mammalian reproduction, pregnancies typically yield two fawns, although a third can happen from time to time.

Growth Rate & Stages

Three-month gestation, are ambulant within hours of birth, at two years are mature enough to mate, max-age is twenty years.

Ecology and Habitats

Can survive in nearly any environment on Orgranys, though not well in deserts.

Dietary Needs and Habits

Grazing herbivore.

Biological Cycle

The antlers of this species are shed every 6 months. They grow back over the course of the month after the shed.

Additional Information

Perception and Sensory Capabilities

Monocular vision can handle low light levels extremely well. Sharp hearing and sense of smell.

Symbiotic and Parasitic organisms

A few varieties of ticks bleed the deer.
Scientific Name
Cornibus Arietes
15 years
Conservation Status
Under no special protections, they are numerous.
Average Height
two and a half feet tall.
Average Weight
70 lbs for males, 65lbs for females.
Average Length
3 feet long.
Body Tint, Colouring and Marking
Colors can vary but tend to be bands of brown, tan, grey, and black.

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