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The black nose and white on the lip of the front animal do look like a roe deer, but the back animal doesn't look to have the typical white rump - is this a young animal and do they acquire the pale fur later?
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I think these are two very young animals sheltering in a bunch of grass that has survived when the rest of their hay field was cut.
These are certainly Roe Deer~with plenty of blow-up you can see that the rear individual's coat is actually lightening beneath the tail.
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