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  • noun Plural form of muntjac.

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Examples

  • Hmm. We have yet other deer in Britain, and again they are introductions, including Chinese water deer Hydropotes inermis and muntjacs.

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  • Hmm. We have yet other deer in Britain, and again they are introductions, including Chinese water deer Hydropotes inermis and muntjacs.

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  • Water deer are somewhat like muntjacs, but they are longer in the leg and lighter in build.

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  • Black, Roosevelt's, and Fea's muntjacs are virtually untried in captivity, but the success of raising Reeves 'muntjac in English country gardens suggests that perhaps their populations could be saved through captive breeding.

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  • "All our adult deer will take food from the hand," says Walter Buckingham, who has kept muntjacs for five years in his garden in the county of

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  • Now, there are tens of thousands of muntjacs on the loose, and some people have even adopted them as pets.

    26 Mouse Deer

  • Little is known about the water deer '(Hydropotes inermis), but it should be considered along with mouse deer, muntjacs, musk deer, and others as a possible species for microlivestock development.

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  • Although other alien species have wreaked havoc on native plants and animals, muntjacs appear to be a merciful exception.

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  • Life for many muntjacs is made soft by homeowners who find the deer's large, dewy eyes and tiny antlers irresistible.

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  • These are much bigger than those in muntjacs and can protrude well below the jawline.

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