Cervine refers to a deer.

- 87221/2006-09-16

In an industrial or industry context, "Cervine" typically refers to deer, particularly in relation to their leather or fur. Cervine leather or fur may be used in the production of clothing, footwear, or upholstery, for example.


  1. "The company specializes in the production of high-quality cervine leather products, such as gloves and jackets."

  2. "The demand for cervine fur has increased in recent years, particularly for use in luxury fashion and interior design products."

  3. "The company is committed to ethical sourcing practices and only uses cervine leather and fur from suppliers who follow strict animal welfare standards."


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