from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The pampas-deer of South America, Odocoileus or Blastocerus campestris.
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Besides, the Prussian was moderately fond of the chase, and to such a man the great _pampas_ region, with its pumas and jaguars, its ostriches, wild horses, and grand _guazuti_ stags, offered an irresistible attraction.
They know the ground as well, and better than he; for oft and many a time have they quartered that same _campo_, in pursuit of _gama, guazuti_, and ostrich.
It may be a herd of the great _guazuti_ deer, or the smaller
It does not appear to be the same as the hind of the savannahs of Cayenne, or the guazuti of Paraguay, which live also in herds.