A breed native to the United States, the white-tailed deer or simply “whitetail” are most well-known for the prominent white color underneath their tails. As a hunter, however, this is not a sight you’d want to see since, when frightened, whitetails are noted to use this feature as a warning sign to other deer nearby. A whitetail deer has four stomachs, which explains their weight that can average from 100 to 350 pounds! Their diet consists of a variety of plants, fruit, and in some cases agricultural crop growing nearby. Because of their extremely cautious nature, whitetail deer have developed high senses of sight, smell, and hearing and have top speeds of 40 miles per hour.