The Timor deer (Cervus timorensis)
also known as the "Deer Beard", is an animal of deer species whose original habitat is the islands of Java, Bali and Timor, so sometimes deer timor is also known as "javan deer".
In addition to these three places, deer timor is also present in some other areas such as Papua, Sulawesi, Kalimantan, Maluku, Australia and New Zealand, but in those places deer are not classified as endemic animals but belong to immigrant animals.
Their presence was allegedly brought by Indonesian sailors and fishermen as provisions on the journey that were later released or released and eventually breeded in the area.
this is a small deer type image
picture of a deer on the edge of the forest
The famous reindeer has a very sharp sense of hearing and a cautious animal because it is rarely seen the deer in the open.
and this pet deer picture
Since deer are dangerous, they will usually shout loudly to warn other deer about the dangers that threaten him.
They prefer to live in dry bushes and only actively seek food in the morning and evening only.
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