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small South American deer with unbranched antlers

male red deer in its second year

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In addition to the raccoon, LTD was >30 days only for grey brocket deer.
Seventeen days after this first case, a 1-year-old male pygmy brocket deer (Mazama nana) from the same zoo suddenly died.
fruit consumption by the brown brocket deer, Mazama gouazoubira, represents a very significant part of its diet in the area under study (a secondary environment of the Phitogeografical Province of Las Yungas).
Howler monkeys, foxes, agouti, paea, tapir, red brocket deer, jaguarundi, raccoon, and collared peccary are also found in the park, but are rarely seen during a short visit.
The immense plains covered in grass taller than a man were crossed and regularly burned by bands of these and other Indian peoples hunting brocket deer (Mazama), armadillos (Dasypus), tinamous (Tinamus), tortoises and fresh-water turtles, iguanas, and the greatly appreciated giant anteaters (Myrme-cophaga), a favorite dish of the Morcote Indians.
In 1931-1932, coatis (Nasua narica), peccaries, and brocket deer (Mazama americana) were emaciated, and collared and white-lipped peccaries (Tayassu tajacu and T.
Brown brocket deer (Mazama gouazoubira) habitat use throughout 1988-89 was estimated by track counts in four different plant communities at El Bagual Ecological Reserve, northeastern Argentina.
The good news is there's a lot of other game in the Yucatan jungle: brocket deer and ocellated turkey and odd animals like the coati mundi, agouti, and paca.
In Barro Colorado Island, Panama (BCI), ocelots were much more frequently recorded at camera trap stations located on trails than at those located in random locations, while collared peccaries and brocket deer showed the opposite pattern (Kays et al.
So, with a buckshot-loaded shotgun, I stood on a trail and a brocket deer streaked out at 25 paces--my opinion of a long shot for buckshot.
That left Argentina's fertile savannah to an assortment of indigenous brocket deer, guanacos, peccaries, and the continent's only major predator--our familiar puma.
brocket deer is a small, little-known deer that ranges widely from southern Mexico southward through the Amazon Basin.
The high Andes hold northern huemul (a high-altitude deer) and spectacled bear, and the Amazon region holds jaguar, brocket deer, tapir, and more.