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Published on Jun 28, 2011
The Key deer, the smallest of all white-tailed deer, is a subspecies of the Virginia white-tailed deer. These deer inhabit Big Pine Key and various surrounding keys. They are not found anywhere else in the world.
Tampa's Lowry Park Zoo is recognized as a state center for Florida species conservation and biodiversity. The Zoo is the only wildlife center in the world where guests can find most of Florida's endangered native animals, including Key deer. The Zoo's Key deer habitat is a safe haven for injured wild deer. This newly renovated exhibit within the Lykes Florida Wildlife Center houses 4 Key deer and 2 whooping cranes.