A brownish-gray deer (Odocoileus hemionus) of western North America, having lengthy mulelike ears, large branching antlers within the male, and a black-tipped tail. Also known as black-tailed deer.
A deer, present western united states.
a sizable deer (Cervus macrotis syn. Cariacus macrotis) for the Western usa. Title refers to its lengthy ears.
The blacktail or black-tailed deer, Cariacus macrotis: so called from the large ears. It is decidedly larger and more stately than the Virginia or white-tailed deer, and is next in size to the wapiti and caribou among the North American Cervidœ.
long-eared deer of western the united states with two-pronged antlers