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Sika Deer in the Afternoon Sun

Sika Deer in the Afternoon Sun



Sika deer were ntroduced on Assateague Island during the mid 1920's, Sika can been seen in the loblolly pine forest, sand dune areas and marshes along Assateague. They are inhabitants of Japan and live naturally throughout eastern Asia. Sika deer eat the leaves of myrtle bushes, grasses, persimmons, shrubs, and other plants found on Assateague Island including poison ivy.
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