In Great Britain, deers are commonly called “The Monarch of the Glen”. This honorary title comes from an oil-on-canvas dedicated to red deer stag drawn by Edwin Landseer in 1851. Unlike other countries in Europe, it is quite easily to approach deer in Great Britain and more particularly in Scotland. Certainly by the fact they are not or barely hunted.


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