Reeve's muntjac deer

Reeve's muntjac deer

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Credit: DUNCAN SHAW/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Reeve's muntjac deer (Muntiacus reevesi). Muntjac are the oldest known genus of deer, dating from 15-35 million years ago. They are native to south- east Asia, but have been introduced to the UK where they are now common. This female (doe) deer was photographed in the Lea Valley Park, Hertfordshire, England, in March.

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