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small South American deer with unbranched antlers

male red deer in its second year

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But Sir Charles Ronald George Nall-Cain, Third Baron Brocket, has charmed TV audiences.
But despite a bitter divorce case, Lady Brocket is not oblivious to those attractions.
After Brocket was sent to prison for insurance fraud, she won a custody battle for their three children - Alexander, now 19, Atalya, 16, and William, 12.
It was on assignment in 1978 at Brocket Hall that she met her future husband.
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.
While TV's Lord Brocket is best known fondling Jordan, his infamous grandfather threw Scots off his land, inspiring The Seven Men of Knoydart land grab.
After the war, Brocket a guest at Hitler's 50th birthday party set about evicting locals.
HARRIET, who went to posh girls' school Benenden, says Lord Brocket got down on one knee the night before he left for the jungle.
Lord Brocket has been keeping quiet about his romance while in the jungle but Harriet says: "I asked him not to talk about me on the show, although I have heard he had a bit of a heart-to-heart with Kerry.
Harriet says that when she first met Brocket she would have burst out laughing at the thought she might one day marry him.
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.
We applied this same method for the brown brocket deer at El Bagual Ecological Reserve.