barking deer


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  • noun

Synonyms for barking deer

small Asian deer with small antlers and a cry like a bark

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The Barking Deer currently has three in-house brewed beers, and there are more on the way.
and a sample of fermented barking deer meat for larvae examination.
On arrival a servant brought Danish beer and English gin under light-breezy umbrella trees, the ear tuned to the jarring me-ow of peacocks, the incessant croak of ravens, a belling sambar stag spooked by tiger, sharp, biting yaps of barking deer.
The AAF hope to persuade the Chinese government to follow other Asian countries and outlaw the eating of animals that we see as pets or rare breeds - rare leopard cats, barking deer and flying squirrels are also sold to restaurants.
When it comes to the actual brewing process, The Barking Deer follows the usual journey of boiling water to porridge to flavouring to fermentation to parched throats.
Leopard are listed as endangered specie in CITES convention and if proper measures were not taken, the creation will extinct from Ayubia National as few others including black bear, musk deer, grey goral, barking deer and one bird specie monal pheasant have been reported to be vanished in the park, Lodhi cautioned.
693 hectares, it houses some of the rare and endangered species of animals like Siberian tiger, Himalayan black bear, hill fox, palm civet cat, goral, silver pheasants, barking deer and sambhar deer.
Live wildlife in markets in Guangzhou, China, trade in masked palm civets, ferret badgers, barking deer, wild boars, hedgehogs, foxes, squirrels, bamboo rats, gerbils, various species of snakes, and endangered leopard cats, along with domestic dogs, cats, and rabbits (2).
Sambar, chital, barking deer, wild boar and porcupine were also spotted.
The jungle is fascinating and though we do not sight the tiger in the two game drives we do, we come away with snapshots of barking deer, fox, wild boar and many birds.
82 square kilometers, the Guindy Park is considered the breathing lungs of the city and boasts of a small population of barking deer, spotted deer and black bucks.
Similarly, sea horses, seacucumbers, barking deer, hog deer and red sand boa, a doubleheaded snake, have been reportedly in great demand in the international and domestic markets because of new age superstitions attached to them.