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In 1988, the Ohio General Assembly made the White-tailed Deer Ohio's official state mammal. The White-tailed Deer, ''Odocoileus virginianus'', has been extremely important in Ohio's history. The state tree, the Ohio Buckeye, is named because its nut resembles a deer
 
In 1988, the Ohio General Assembly made the White-tailed Deer Ohio's official state mammal. The White-tailed Deer, ''Odocoileus virginianus'', has been extremely important in Ohio's history. The state tree, the Ohio Buckeye, is named because its nut resembles a deer
 
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In 1988, the Ohio General Assembly made the White-tailed Deer Ohio's official state mammal. The White-tailed Deer, Odocoileus virginianus, has been extremely important in Ohio's history. The state tree, the Ohio Buckeye, is named because its nut resembles a deer