The world’s biggest baby deer is set to be born at a hospital in Minnesota on Monday.
The birth will be the first of a baby male deer to reach adulthood in the U.S., but its likely that a number of other baby deer will also reach adulthood soon.
The state’s Department of Natural Resources said in a press release that the deer will be about the same age as the baby.
It is believed that the birth is the first for a baby female deer in the United States since 1993.
A spokeswoman for the DNR said that the newborn deer is likely to have a lifespan of two to four years.
The agency said it does not expect the birth to be a “record breaker.”
The agency also said that this is the oldest baby deer ever born in the state.
It has been estimated that the animal is between 50 and 70 years old.
This is not the first time the state has seen a baby deer.
In April, the state announced that a baby calf was born.