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small South American deer with unbranched antlers

male red deer in its second year

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Brockets mark their territory with small rubs and middens, so the most common hunting technique is to search for fresh sign, then wait along a rub line.
Although their appearance is similar, the red brocket has a reddish-brown cast and is smaller, only about 30 pounds, while the gray-brown brocket can weigh more than 50 pounds.
But Sir Charles Ronald George Nall-Cain, Third Baron Brocket, has charmed TV audiences.
Now living in Puerto Rico, the former wife of "Brocket the Rocket" has been spared his bra-strap twanging exploits on TV.
CELEBRITY toff Lord Brocket is the grandson of one of Scotland's most hated lairds.
Charlie Brocket, 52, who served two and a half years for insurance fraud, inherited his title in 1967 at the age of nine from the second Lord Brocket, Arthur Ronald Nall-Cain, in 1967.
THIS is the sexy blonde who lights up Lord Brocket's rocket.
And Harriet, 29, says she is planning to fly to Australia to give him her answer in person when Brocket leaves I'm A Celebrity..Get Me Out Of Here!
-- 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 brown brocket deer is a poorly known species inhabiting shrubby savannas and forests in South America.
The truth is, even scientists don't know much about the brockets, which (if you're really a sicko about this stuff) makes them even more interesting.
In the past, I've hunted brockets by slowly walking forest trails, but this time it had been dry and the forest was much too noisy.
Charlie Brocket, 52, who served two and a half years for insurance fraud, inherited his title from the second Lord Brocket, Arthur Ronald Nall-Cain, in 1967.
Seconds passed, then we walked forward to admire our gray-brown brocket of the Yucatan forest.
In a weak moment, I bought an auction hunt at the Houston Safari Club convention, a hunt for capybara, brocket deer, wild boar and birds.