Behaviors in deer such as herding and male deer using antlers to compete for females increase the chances of successful reproduction.

True or False


  1. Answer:



    The reproductive success of any species is the capability to produce their offspring per breeding lifetime or event.

    Most of the species have to attract their partners by their physical capability and build up so that the mother can choose her partner in order to breed the best kind of off spring.

    In the context, in case of deer, the size of the their antlers as well as behavior in herding is considered as the best chances for a successful reproduction to compete among the males and find their breeding mate.

    Thus the answer is TRUE.

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