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The Mule Deer (Odocoileus hemionus) can be found throughout the western United States and in the desert. They have overly large ears that move constantly and independently. They do not move as gracefully as other deer. Instead of running , they leap and bound and can cover great distances in a short period of time. The Mule Deer has an acute sense of sight and hearing, but they rely upon the sense of smell in detecting danger. In spring and summer, mule deer feed on green leaves, green herbs, weeds, and grasses than they do upon browse species; the reverse is true in fall and winter. They are particularly fond of blackberry and raspberry vines.

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