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Male and female southern red muntjac

Male and female southern red muntjac

I'm gonna wallaby my way into your heart.

Rocko from Rocko's Modern Life was a wallaby... THIS is a baby wallaby

Southern Red Muntjac south asia sometimes feeds on carrion

Southern Red Muntjac south asia sometimes feeds on carrion

Muntjac deer in red, albino and black (melanistic). The bucks have tusks and horns, very unique.

Muntjac deer in red, albino and black (melanistic). The bucks have tusks and horns, very unique.

Male southern red muntjac. These unassuming little guys are actually omnivorous, eating fruit, grasses, eggs and small animals.

Male southern red muntjac. These unassuming little guys are actually omnivorous, eating fruit, grasses, eggs and small animals.

Indian Muntjac (photo by Iorboaz via dreamstime.com): The Muntjac or barking deer is the oldest known deer dating to 15 -35 million years ago and has a bark similar to that of a dog. It grows to the height of 5-75 cm and is characterized by two raised ridges from the forehead that extend to the antlers. the Indian Muntjac (Muntiacus muntjak)  is the mammal with the lowest recorded number of chromosomes. The male has a diploid number of 7, the female has 6. In contrast other muntjac, such as…

Indian Muntjac (photo by Iorboaz via dreamstime.com): The Muntjac or barking deer is the oldest known deer dating to 15 -35 million years ago and has a bark similar to that of a dog. It grows to the height of 5-75 cm and is characterized by two raised ridges from the forehead that extend to the antlers. the Indian Muntjac (Muntiacus muntjak) is the mammal with the lowest recorded number of chromosomes. The male has a diploid number of 7, the female has 6. In contrast other muntjac, such as…

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