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Black and white markings on the muzzle suggest Roe Deer.
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Thank you Chris.
Chris is right, also the shape of the body is wrong, muntjac look more dog shaped and the hind legs are longer than the forelegs giving a distinctive shape.
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Thanks Graham, that's worth remembering as apparently there are quite a few muntjac around here, where I have just moved to (Norfolk)
There are lots of muntjac in Norfolk, look out for a deer about the size of a large collie whose rear is much higher than its haunches. They can be very tame, I've seen them feeding on the verge of busy roads.
Thanks again Graham. As I have a "large collie" myself I will know what size to look out for ;)
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