The Fallow deer is originally native to Europe, but is currently present on 6 of the planets continents. It is rumored that the first herd of Fallow Deer in the United States belonged to George Washington. Fallow can come in one of 3 main colors, chocolate, white, and spotted. Even though they are the only deer with an Adams apple, Fallow are most recognizable by their antler shape. Their base and beam look very similar to an Axis deer, but the tops of the antlers resemble that of a Moose. As they reach the top, the antler flattens out into a paddle, used for fighting, attraction, and protection.