Symbol of spiritual authority, a red deer stag is here depicted in all its magnificent elegance. Sculptors studied this animal up close in the wilderness of the Scottish Highlands and created a clay model. When he returned to his Florentine foundry, he made the bronze sculpture using the lost-wax casting technique. The result is a superb rendition of the majestic animal with a bronze patina that reflects the red undertones of the male’s coat.
Red deer is the second-largest deer species after moose, with 10 subspecies. Named for its shape like a horse, the body is dark brown, with some white spots on the back and sides. Males have horns, usually divided into 6 forks, up to 8 forks, the second fork of the antler is close to the eyebrow fork. Summer hair is short, without fuzz, generally russet, darker on the back, and shallower on the abdomen. Red deer live in alpine forests or grassland areas and like to live in groups. Summer more in the night and early morning activities, winter more in the daytime activities. Red deer are good at running and swimming. Feed on all kinds of grass, leaves, twigs, bark, and fruit. Like licking salt and alkali in September to October in estrus mating, more than 8 months of pregnancy, each fetus 1. Aongking also has more deer sculptures for you to choose from.