Hello, Lykkers, welcome to the fascinating world of deer, where nature's marvels unfold in surprising ways.

Have you ever seen the sika deer grazing on the tender grass with the sunlight filtering through the leaves and casting a warm golden hue on the deer?

How adorable and agile they are! And that’s what makes them so beloved by humans.

Today, we will take a closer look at the funniest and most magic facts about the cute animal. Let's start a journey of discovery!

The Wonder of Life in Nature - Sika Deer

No one else can compete with these antlered friends regarding immunity, blood circulation, and self-healing ability. First, they are born with the strongest shield against most infectious diseases, the immune proteins in their blood that are three times more than humans.

And the superoxide dismutase(SOD) in their body, which promotes the removal of the harmful compounds in metabolism, is also seven to ten times the amount of us. We humans have evolutionary success, but they are the ones who have the most supernatural blood.

Sika Deer facts, Spotted Deer, Japanese Deer, native to much of East Asia

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What's more, they possess a highly efficient circulatory system for delivering nutrients and blood through the body. This not only provides constant energy for avoiding predators but supports the sudden stop in intense motions to observe enemies. This power makes them a true master of escape!

And they are also the uncrowned kings of self-healing ability. After suffering leg fractures, it takes them only 3 days to walk, 10 days to run, and around 20 days for complete recovery.

The abundant immune proteins keep illness at bay and the circulatory system helps flee away danger while self-healing makes them good as new quickly after being hurt. They are the life wonders that are truly favored by nature.

Lykkers, there are numerous intriguing aspects to sika deer, such as their remarkable ability to regenerate and their extended lifespan. According to the mammalian lifespan calculation formula, one year of deer is equivalent to about 12 years of human life. The age of 20 is equivalent to about 250 years in human life.

If you're keen on delving deeper into these topics, here are two recommendations for your exploration.

(1) The Life of Mammals: This documentary series focuses on the behavior and biology of mammals worldwide. While not specifically about sika deer, it includes segments on deer species and their evolutionary adaptations.

(2) Wildlife of Japan: It delves into the diverse wildlife of Japan, including sika deer, and provides viewers with a closer look at these fascinating animals and their habitats.

That's all for today's sharing and hope you found both joy and valuable insights in our discussion.