Native to the savannas of India, a Muntjac is a small deer with a brown coat. The males are much larger than the females and have short, branched antlers. Unlike many species of deer, they have tooth-like tusks that come out of their bottom jaws, making them interesting trophies. They’re also known for the distinct barking noise that they make to warn other Muntjacs of danger.
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Native to: Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand