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Barking Deer Rediscovered After 84-year Absence

by | Mar 14, 2014
Roosevelt’s barking deer, otherwise known as Roosevelt’s muntjac, is a diminutive deer first found in Laos in 1929. That was the last time a living specimen was seen. Now Vietnamese officials say that the species has been found again in the Xuan Lien Nature Reserve, after almost 84 years of absence. Read more at the Outdoor Hub.

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