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    Love the little muntjacs, nice picture Beryl.
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    Thanks Rolf
    Also known as barking deer

    I have only seen them a Port meadow When visiting Matt in Oxford

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    We get them in the copse opposite Beryl, occasionally even on the footpath outside.
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