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Chinese Muntjac

Muntiacus reevesi

Despite their small size, Chinese muntjacs are a type of deer. They are omnivores and tend to be solitary, or live in small groups, unlike most other deer species. There are populations of muntjacs in Great Britain, but they were accidental transplants.


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Least Concern

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