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Deer, Chinese Water
Hydropotes inermis, Cervidae
RWP-LR2-1358

 

Description:

Chinese Water Deer skull, showing elongated canine teeth or tusks, which are used for fighting. These deer are a primitive species that grow no antlers. The female's tusks are shorter than those of the male. Read more about these deer in Leonard's book The Encyclopedia of Deer.

Copyright: Lennie & Uschi Rue III / Rue Wildlife Photos

This image is copyright-protected & registered with the
Library of Congress in Washington, DC.