Fallow Deer, a deer native to the Mediterranean region. The fallow deer is brownish yellow, marked with white spots in the summer; in the winter, the coat is solid grayish-brown. There is a black stripe down the back and onto the tail. The fallow deer is about 40 inches (1 m) tall at the shoulder and weighs 80 to 150 pounds (36 to 68 kg). The male has large palmated (flat, hand-shaped) antlers with numerous points; the female has no antlers.

The fallow deer is Dama dama of the deer family, Cervidae.