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Chinese water deer also known as the vampire deer Once thought extinct, researchers recently found a lone Kashmir musk deer in northeastern Afghanistan last ...

Chinese water deer are referred to as as "vampire deer" because the bucks grow tusk-like fangs up to 4 inches.

"Chinese Water Deer by Full Moon Images, via Flickr. The water deer (Hydropotes inermis) is a small deer superficially more similar to a musk deer than a ...

The Water Deer (Hydropotes inermis), also known as the vampire deer, is a small deer superficially more similar to a musk deer than a true deer.

This is the Chinese Water Deer, brought to the UK from China and Korea. It is nicknamed Vampire Deer for its protruding tusk-like teeth which grow from the ...

Fanged "Vampire Deer" Explained

Thought you guys might be interested in seeing something a little different, we have Chinese Water Deer in the UK, one of the oldest species in the world ...

Male Chinese water deer in captive environment

Chinese Water Deer have earned the nickname “Vampire Deer” for their prominent tusks, which are used in territorial battles.

Water deer - A stuffed specimen of H. inermis at the National Museum of Nature and Science, Tokyo, Japan - Water deer use their tusks for territori…

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Do you see something a little strange about the deer in the picture? If your eyes were immediately drawn to those rather vampiric fangs protruding from its ...

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Chinese water deer (Hydropotes inermis inermis) also called vampire deer

Tufted Deer (Elaphodus cephalophus), mature male with small tusks (photo: heush)

did-you-kno: “A newborn Chinese water deer is so small that you can hold it in your hands… but when it grows up, it sprouts fangs and looks like a vampire ...

Chinese water deer (Hydropotes inermis inermis) at the Whipsnade Zoo

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Male Chinese water deer in snow

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Male Chinese water deer standing on grass showing tusks

Musk deer are not generally well known. They constitute a single surviving genus, of seven species, placed in their own family, the Moschidae.

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Chinese Water Deer a. “Vampire Deer” / “These deer are found at my local photography spot. Notice the tusks!

This is Chinese water deer. They don't have antlers Instead, they have a pair of tusks, and they are also known as Vampire Deer.

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Female Chinese water deer standing on grass

Adult male Chinese water deer feeding on crab apples in winter

#Tonight @BBCTheOneShow Also known as #VampireDeer Britain has 10% of the world's population of Chinese Water Deer @Natures_Voice @DilgerTVpic.twitter.com/ ...

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Female Chinese water deer investigating sugar beet

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That isn't how deers come, is it? For the Water Deer, otherwise and popularly known as the Vampire Deer the answer is in the affirmative.

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My first EPIC Creature is the Water Deer because of it's sabre-like canine teeth called tusk! The Water Deer is not actually a true deer, it is a smaller ...

Male Chinese water deer showing scars from fighting during the rut

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Big deer, on the other hand, went a different route. As they grew larger, they lost their fangs and began to grow larger and larger antlers, ...

The tufted deer named for the “tufted of black hair on its head. The male tufted deer grows canine like fangs it uses for mating and self defense. also one ...

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The western tufted deer's common name refers to the thick, black patch of hair on the animal's forehead.

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Chinese water deer standing amongst bluebells

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Korean water deer

Water deer - A stuffed specimen of H. inermis at the National Museum of Nature and Science, Tokyo, Japan - Water deer use their tusks for territori…

The male Siberian musk deer's impressive, fang-like canine teeth are quite useful when sparring over females or territory.

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A baby Chinese water deer.

Chinese Water Deer (Hydropotes inermis)

Yet when the right to mate is at stake, one can understand this pitiless prerogative.

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One-day-old Chinese water deer fawn

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... Chinese water deer, whose ancestors escaped Woburn Safari Park. Perdita

There are six types of deer that live in the wild in the UK. They are roe deer, red deer, fallow deer, sika deer, muntjac deer and Chinese water deer.

Images of a few members of the family Cervidae (clockwise from top left) consisting of the red deer, the sika deer, the barasingha, the reindeer, ...

... water and musk deer. they got little fangs. blood feasting marsh draculas are a strong contender but they are not the

Jane Fryer writes that the muntjac deer (pictured) are voracious thugs which destroy everything

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Chinese water deer!

... and have used it to find and hunt the Siberian musk deer to the brink of extinction, as well as harvesting that musk for the perfume industry.