muntjac

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muntjac:

see deerdeer,
ruminant mammal of the family Cervidae, found in most parts of the world except Australia. Antlers, solid bony outgrowths of the skull, develop in the males of most species and are shed and renewed annually.
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Official sources in the Wildlife Department told reporter that two African lions have been given to the Marghzar Zoo in exchange for the barking deer pair.
Many a dining and nightlife joint is littered across Lower Parel to cater to its clientele of business executives, but no Tryst, Cafe Zoe or Blue Frog can claim to have a microbrewery like that of The Barking Deer.
Potential medium-to-large prey of tigers found in both study areas include sambar Cervus unicolor, chital Axis axis, barking deer Muntiacus muntjak, hog deer Axis porcinus and wild boar Sus scrofa.
Jones, and me about hunting leopard, sloth bear, sambar, Himalayan black bear, chital, nilgai, barking deer and the strange wild goats, goral and serow .
net M UNTJAC FACTFI LE Muntjac, also known as Barking deer, are the oldest known deer, first appearing 15 to 35 million years ago in France and Germany.
The area is largely unspoilt, and local wildlife includes snow leopards, brown bears and barking deer.
A glimpse of an elusive tiger in Periyar National Park is rare but elephants, barking deer, macaques, flying squirrels, birds and butterflies are commonly seen from viewing platforms, during treks or on lake cruises.
The 1,000 acre site is not far away from the Bor Wildlife Sanctuary - a reserve which is home to tigers, panthers, bears, bison, blue bulls, chinkara, wild boars and barking deer.
In addition to raising pigs, villagers hunt wild boar and barking deer to supplement their diet.
They have a medium to high-pitched barking which is often prolonged and repetitive, and has earned it the nickname of the barking deer.
There were more small rustles and a bevy of monkeys arrived, leaping and chattering amongst themselves, followed by scampering cheetal and barking deer.
And we saw a barking deer, an endangered species, which had obviously been trapped because it had one of its feet missing.