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This is a deer. Deer are very fast and elegant. This is a female, the male deer are called stags. Stags are easy to spot because they have lare antlers that shed their furry skin once a year, just as spring begins!!

Look at this cute little picture of a baby deer!

These are Przewalski Horses. They are different from other horses because they have a mane that stands upright and no forlock (fringy bit). Sometimes you can see faint zebra stripes on the back of their legs in the summer when their coat is short. They are extinct in the wild.

A zebra. Easily regonised because of their bright black and white stripes! Although stripes make zebras show up easily it is actually used for camouflage in the woods! From a distance it looks like shafts of light through the trees!

Look at this lovely zebra picture

This is a Malayan Tapir. Tapirs are shy and commonly nocturnal. the black and white patche shelp to disguse the tapir by breaking up its outline. Their unusual nose menas they have very good sense of smell and it can also be used as a snorkel when underwater.

This is a Sounthern White Rhino. An adult male weighs about as much as 2 minibuses. Short fat limbs hold ist huge weight and the muscles on its neck help it support its heavy head. Its horn is used in battle with other males.

This is a Gemsbok. They can easily adapt to life with little water because in the wild they can survive on the juices from desert melons and cucumbers. They dont loose much water becuase they can reach 45 degrees before panting or sweating.

This is a Bongo. Both sexes have horns. Coming from the rainforest, the bongo can run quickly through the forest with head tipped back so the horns rest on the back. This is so the horns dont get caught in the undergrowth as it runs.

This is a Malayan Chevrotain. It is the smallest hoofed animal in the world. It is found in the undergrowth in wetlands or forests. It is sometimes called the mouse deer even though they are not closley related to deer.