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The male red deer is called a stump or heart, and the female is called a hind. And also, red deer inhabits most of Europe, the Caucasus Mountains, Asia, Iran, West Asia, and Central Asia. Mainly, it is also the only species of deer in Africa that lives in the northwestern Atlas Mountains between Morocco and Tunisia. Recently, a wildlife photographer photographed a prey standing behind ferns and breathing, and it was amazing how only one photographer was able to capture its existence. This article is about a photographer who, while turning his back on the photographer, clearly missed his photo when he turned the other way. This was in a busy park in west London.
Surprisingly, this moment was captured by wildlife photographer Roger Clark, who was researching a red deer. He was making sure he was lucky enough to see at least one red deer, and it was a reality.
“We saw a man with a camera mounted on a tripod, in front of him paying close attention to the deer’s activity among the ferns and not knowing what was behind him.” “From the angle I’m positioned, it’s like a bag to pocket picks out of that man’s jeans, and it seemed like a joke to me.” “But it’s weird that the fat guy doesn’t get noticed so close.”
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