Yarkand deer

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The Yarkand deer (Cervus elaphus yarkandenis) is a subspecies of Red Deer that is native to central Asia. It is similar in ecology to the Bactrian deer in occupying lowland riparian corridors surrounded by deserts. Both populations are isolated from one another by the Tianshan Mountains and probably form a primordial subgroup of Red Deer.


This deer is light rufous in color with a large light-colored patch, including the tail. Its antlers usually have five tines with a terminal fork pointing forward. The fifth tine is usually larger than the fourth and is inclined inward.


This deer is found in eastern Turkestan.

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