Barasingha deer is smaller than Sambar deer

Here in my country I never see a deer but I see goat thou. In my mind I thought there are only one kind of deer but I am not right. I think the word deer refer to deer family. Today I discover that there is Barasingha deer. The Barasingha deer is the only species known to be monstrous, with females coming into heat only once every year. This kind of species is traditionally known as dolhorina, similar to its English name swamp deer. Barasingha deer is a medium size member of the deer family. Smaller than the Sambar deer, it weighs in at approximately 180 kgs once fully grown with a height nearing 130cms. The tail length is 12-20cm and the body length is 180cm. This kind of deer live about between 20 to 30 years. Ask for breeding season, the males attempt to gather harems of up 30 females. In order to gain breeding privileges males fight amongst each other in order to create a dominance hierarchy from which the higher ranking individuals having priority access to females in heat. From September to April the deer give birth after a gestation of 240-250 days in August to November. This species was distributed throughout the basins of the Indus, Ganges, and Brahmaputra river as well as in central India as far as the Godavari river. To identify the male and female deer. The males are generally darker in color than females. The male grow antlers measure from 30-35 inches in length and the females do not grow antlers. They usually tan to light brown in color and weigh 300lbs above. The males weigh about 390lbs above. Ask for their food they survive mainly on eating grasses but will browse on occasion. They prefer to eat green growth but will graze on course dry grasses if all that persists. The behavior of this species, they are sociable and are often found as large herds grazing in the grasslands of wildlife reserves.