The Barasingha is a large deer also called the swamp deer, with a shoulder height of 44 to 46 inches and a head-to-body length of nearly 6 ft. Its hair is rather woolly and yellowish brown above but paler below, with white spots along the spine. The throat, belly, inside of the thighs and beneath the tail is white. In summer the coat becomes bright rufous-brown. The neck is maned. Females are paler than males. Young are spotted. Average antlers measure 30 in round the curve with a girth of 5 in at mid beam. Stags weigh 370 to 620 lb.
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