Fallow deer originated from the areas of Asia Minor, the species populated Europe thanks to the Romans. In Poland, they can be observed in western voivodeships. They are considered wild game with a protection period. The males – bucks – are characterised by wide and impressive antlers.
Female fallow deer are called does. They are visibly smaller from bucks and they do not have antlers. They can be hunted outside their protection period. Contrary to adult bucks, does form herds with their offspring – fawns. Illustration from the Wild Animals of Poland deck, published by Trefl-Kraków as part of the Excellent series.
The cards are decorated with illustrations of wild animals, which can be seen in Poland. The set also contains an educational brochure, containing the description of the species and rules of five popular card games (whist, mau mau, hearts, rummy and 66).
- A deck of 55 cards
- educational brochure
- rules of 5 card games