Teal Deer 🎨 RGB Color Code: #99E6B3
The hexadecimal RGB code of Teal Deer color is #99E6B3. This code is composed of a hexadecimal 99 red (153/256), a E6 green (230/256) and a B3 blue component (179/256). The decimal RGB color code is rgb(153,230,179). Closest WebSafe color: Magic mint (#99FFCC)
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The mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus) is a deer indigenous to western North America; it is named for its ears, which are large like those of the mule. Two
major migratory birds during the season are greylag goose, pintail, cotton teal, red-crested pochard, gadwall, shoveller, coot and mallard. Some major local
Yellow-billed duck Red-billed teal Cape shoveler Southern pochard Knob-billed duck Spur-winged goose In Australia, game includes: Deer and sambar Duck Magpie
including altered genetics of the hemoglobin gene in guinea pigs and deer mice. Deer mice use a high percentage of fats as metabolic fuel to retain carbohydrates
grey teal, hardhead, Australian shelduck, pink-eared duck, Australian wood duck, chestnut teal, Australasian shoveller, hog deer, red deer, sambar deer and
The other animals to be seen here include swamp deer, sambar deer, barking deer, spotted deer, hog deer, sloth bear, ratel, jackal, civets, jungle cat
and common teal, pintail, Indian spot billed duck and Brahminy duck and white eyed pochard. Lesser whistling teal, dabchick, cotton teal, nakta, lesser
park has a large breeding population of leopards, and various species of deer. Maharaja Martand Singh of Rewa captured the first white tiger in this region
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