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Key Words: Chinese water deer, reintroduction, survival rate.
The Chinese water deer Hydropotes inermis intermis is an endemic species in East Asia, originally only found in China and the Korean Peninsula (Hydropotes inermis argyropus).
In March 2007, 21 captive-bred Chinese water deer including 7males and 14females were reintroduced to a semi-captive area in Huaxia Park (N3111'37'', E12138'35'') in Shanghai.
Chinese water deer fawn Picture: Forestry Commission
As the story goes, many years ago a storm broke the fence, and some of the escapees established breeding populations, including the muntjac and Chinese water deer.
The Chinese water deer are more localized, with the majority of the free-range population northwest of London, probably centered around the original release at Woburn Abbey.
Bimodal foraging peaks have been reported for red deer (Cervus elaphus) (Clutton-Brock, 1982), Chinese water deer (Hydropotes inermis) (Zhang, 2000), feral goats (Capra hircus) (Shi et al.
2003), and Tibetan gazelle (Procapra picticaudata) (Li and Jiang, 2008), although this differentiation was not found in Chinese water deer (Zhang, 2000).
Daytime activity budgets of the Chinese water deer.
I field-dressed and caped a Chinese water deer and muntjac with two very impressive, reasonably priced American-made knives that turned British heads.
Sika deer are plentiful in Scotland; muntjac and Chinese water deer roam much of England; Spain has free-ranging aoudad.
More recently, I did a late-winter hunt in England for muntjac and Chinese water deer, then went on to Macedonia, where, amazingly, I took a European wolf.
The British Deer Society, which says the six UK species are Roe, Red, Chinese Water Deer, Fallow, Muntiac and Sika, also condemned the poachers.
There are six species found in the wild in the British Isles: red, sika, fallow, muntjac, Chinese water deer, and roe.
There are six varieties of deer in Britain: the red and the roe deer,both native to this country,and the fallow, sika, muntjac and the Chinese water deer.