Sika exist in a number of color variations, from rust colored to lighter color patterns often showing rows of pale, white spots, while darker Sika may have a group of faint, discolored spots. The underside and belly are often lightly colored. Males and females grow neck ruff in winter months. Sika have a distinctive rump patch with a bright white underside which fluffs when alarmed. They have barrel-shaped torsos with dainty legs. Short snouts give a wedge-like appearance to face and head. Males grow antlers that extend upward and branch out.
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