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Deer dropping

Observed: 11th March 2012 By: jt3635
S159 Neighbourhood Nature - current student
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I believe these dropping to be from a Chinese water deer or a Muntjack. Could someone comfirm?

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Rabbit

Deer droppings are cylindrical and usually black and shiny. Water deer and muntjac have a distinctive dimple in the surface.

These are too rounded for deer they are rabbit.

Graham Banwell

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