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maroondah 15 239 1 Australia
19 Apr 2013 3:04PM
Looks very much like a Muntjac Deer

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no idea but a good capture.

johnke 5 223 15
19 Apr 2013 3:14PM
Well seen Christine, but no idea sorry...John
rhysop 11 United Kingdom
19 Apr 2013 3:15PM
definitely a Muntjac
thankyou for your help christineGrin
philhomer 8 77 32 England
19 Apr 2013 3:26PM
a Muntjac indeed - well done

here's a marginally close one
Hermanus 5 4 South Africa
19 Apr 2013 3:39PM
Is a Muntjac also known as a Chinese water deer ? looks a lot like them Smile
Nikonuser1 Plus
5 152 16 United Kingdom
19 Apr 2013 4:02PM
A nice grab shot Christine ,they are quite common in Kent.SmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmileSmile

ali63 Plus
6 775 1 United Kingdom
19 Apr 2013 4:26PM
Great shot, I think it's a Muntjac,

JuBarney 6 26 3 United Kingdom
19 Apr 2013 5:05PM
Well spotted, lucky you.
NDODS 7 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
19 Apr 2013 6:02PM
How wonderful, a great sight... and a great capture

Regards NathanGrinGrinGrin
Fefe Plus
6 23 31 United Kingdom
19 Apr 2013 7:14PM
I saw one tooGrinGrinGrin I didnt know what it was either, I saw it in the Cotswolds a few weeks ago.
Chinga Plus
7 3 1 United Kingdom
26 Apr 2013 2:12PM
Pretty animal, don't know the name but it's very cute... IB
30 Apr 2013 4:04PM
Sorry a little late ,good shot of a muntjac deer,not a native but imported in the 17th century to Woburn Abbey from China.When they mate all year round, they bark like a dog.
Great portfolio,Best wishes Andrew

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