Does are important to the survival and reproduction of their species, as they are responsible for carrying and giving birth to fawns. During the mating season, or rut, bucks will compete for access to breeding females, with the strongest and most dominant males typically winning the opportunity to mate.
Doe deer are generally more social than bucks, and can be found in groups known as herds. These herds are typically composed of a group of does and their offspring, and are led by a dominant female. Does will often help each other care for their young, and will also work together to protect themselves from predators.
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