Whitetail deer are one of the most widely known animals in North America. They fall under the phylum Chordata. Chordates are animals possessing a notochord, a hollow dorsal nerve cord, pharyngeal slits, an endostyle, and a post-anal tail for at least some period of their life cycles.
Domain - Eukarya
The white-tailed deer is multicellular. Their bodies contain distinct types of cells that specialized for different functions, all cells work together. It also contains membrane bound organelles.
The white-tailed deer lacks cells walls, multicellular, and hetertrophic.
The white-tailed deer contains an endoskeleton, it is triploblastic; 3 germ layers, bilateral symmetry, a spine, and a complete digestive track.
The white-tailed deer is warm-blooded, has a four chamber heart, hair on its body, has live births, and has mammary glands to nurse its young.
This means even toes, four toes on each foot. The Artiodactyla are the most successful of all herbivores with approximately 240 members.
The entire deer family has four toes on each foot. The deer family is known to be grazers eating; berries, thickets, grass, flowers, herbs, farmers' crops, and fruit to name some of their dietary intake.
Relatively small deer with short ears, males antlers come off the main beam female tend to not have antlers, tails are roughly 6” to 12” in length and white underneath. Deer are reddish brown in summer and grayish in winter. Deer's offspring (fawn) are same color sprinkled with white dots.