The Red Deer that lives in the Montes de Toledo is the largest wild herbivore in the Iberian Peninsula, being able to weigh up to 200 kilograms, a length of up to two meters, and a height of up to one and a half meters.

The males are larger, and have antlers for most of the year, except for the months between February and May. While the females are smaller in size, and lacking antlers.

It differs from its European relatives in more northern areas due to its smaller size and the absence of mane.

Venado en los Montes de Toledo