Adorable 1-Pound Fawn is the Newest Member of the World's Smallest Deer Species
At just 12 to 14 inches high at the shoulder when fully grown, pudus are the world's smallest deer species. But why stop at five when you can have 10? More pictures of baby pudus at the link. :)
extinct animals: Irish Deer: the largest deer that ever lived (extinct about 7,700 years ago) [Wiki - Photo: (c) The Field Museum, CK1T]
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World’s Smallest Deer Species Born In NYC Zoo Weighs Only 1 Pound
The skull of the Chinese Water Deer is one of the most iconic skulls out there. Like many small Asian deer species, it does not have antlers. Instead the males fight each other with their extremely...
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A baby Pudu - the world's smallest species of deer, recently made his debut at the UK's Bristol Zoo Gardens.
Vintage Printable at Swivelchair Media - Beta | Animal – Deer and related
True Deer 1972 Vintage Encyclopedia Print by mysunshinevintage, $10.00