Père David's deer

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Père David's deer

Chinese deer found only in zoos. Called also Elaphurus davidianus.
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Milu (Elaphurus davidianus), also known as Pere David's Deer, is endemic to China and adapted to wetlands (Asher et al.
Once native to China, the last wild Pere David's deer was killed by a hunter in 1939, so these descendants are captive animals bred for the bullet.
Pere David's deer, native to the sub-tropics of China, enjoy the snow | |at Knowsley Safari Park
We also had the chance to tour the deer park, photographing wonderful red stag and Pere David's deer and seeing a lot of muntjac and water deer.
Mi-Lu was one of twins believed to be the first Pere David's deer born in captivity.
BEST OF FRIENDS: Mi-Lu the rare Pere David's Deer says hello to Kipper the golden retriever
Top spot in this year's breeding league table is occupied by the Pere David's Deer, who have produced 23 fawns, closely followed by the axis deer, with 20 new additions.
The Pere David's deer, named Colin, spends the night near to Carolyn Morrison, an animal keeper at the Blair Drummond Safari Park in Stirlingshire.
2005 - Knowsley celebrates the arrival of the first-ever critically endangered Pere David's Deer twin fawns to be born in captivity.
Among them are fallowdeer, rhea, hunting dogs, tigers, lions, axis deer, emu, wallabies, blackbuck, nilgai, Pere David's deer, forest buffalo, bongo, oryx, wildebeest, cape buffalo, ankole cattle, baboons, zebras, camels, guanaco, bison, eland, white rhino, ostrich, red lechwe, sitatunga, giraffe, meerkats, otters, and Red River hogs.
The rare Pere David's Deer, which have produced 23 fawns, are critically endangered in the wild but breeding in such numbers in Prescot that the park has been able to export groups to other attractions.