The Eld's Deer also known as the Thamin or Brow-antlered Deer is a deer native to South Asia and is listed as endangered.
Reasons for endangered status - Hunting, Habitat loss, deforestation, inbreeding.
Conservation efforts - They live in National parks and protected areas, but even in the protected areas, they are poached.
Eld's Deer Facts -
Science Name: Panolia eldii
Height: 110 – 125 cm
Length: 150 – 180 cm
Weight: 125– 175 kg
Native Locations: India, Myanmar, Cambodia, China, Thailand, Vietnam
Lifespan: 16 - 20 (Captivity)
Conservation status: Endangered (EN)
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