Key Deer Fawn, Florida Keys,
Key Deer are found only in a portion of the Florida Keys. They are an endangered species with an approximate population of between 600 and 750. A subspecies of White-tailed Deer, perhaps the most striking thing about them is their diminutive size. Adult bucks are about 30 inches at the shoulder, and does about 26 inches. This fawn was about half the size of its mother, so maybe 12-14 inches.