Photograph: Times photographer James Glossop Deer stalking on the Isle of Rum, Scotland. Rum is approximately 25,000 acres and one of the most famous open hill deer forests in Scotland. The red deer thrive in the relatively mild climate and graze on the lush pasture which has made the Rum deer herd famous for its size of Stags, both in body mass and antler growth. 25-09-16
Upload Date: 11 Jan 2023
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