Deer are found on every continent except for Antarctica and Australia. They range from Tundra to Rain Forests. In North America five species of deer can be found. These are White-Tailed Deer, Mule Deer, Caribou, Elk, and Moose. They typically have long, powerful legs, small tails, and big long ears. Each species has a distinct set of antlers. They are browsers and feed on leaves and vegetation. Some species also feed on lichen.