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DebLewis wrote:
21 Jun 2017
Yes this one had damaged an antler so more difficult to identify

Deer Cervus unicolor (Sambar)
21 Jun 2017
It is just possible to make out that the antlers are not very branched, so I'd say this one is also a sambar.

Deer Cervus unicolor (Sambar)
libbyhSignificant Sighting - libbyh has made a recognised, significant sighting!Bulk Reporter - libbyh has reported over 100 sightings! wrote:
21 Jun 2017
It's the first record we have of a deer, so thanks Deb

Deer Cervus unicolor (Sambar)
DebLewis wrote:
20 Jun 2017
Thanks Jackie ... since we moved here in November 2016 many of our neighbours tell us how many deer there are around here ... this one was a litt...

Deer Cervus unicolor (Sambar)
20 Jun 2017
Hi again, I went off a bit half-cocked on the sambar distinguishing features, just going on a single illustration in my field guide. The rear tin...

Deer Cervus unicolor (Sambar)
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