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These look to be captive, and I don't recognise them as a British species. Are they at some sort of farm?
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They have a sort of caribou look to them - there are some antler-less types, I think.
The general look of the animals actually puts me in the mind of the Kobus genus of antelopes rather than a deer - the long coat, especially on the chest, and the 'downhill'/rump-high body shape.
What such animals would be doing near Swansea I have no idea! I'm guessing these animals are in a zoo - if so, not really for iSpot.
I don't think these are defassa waterbucks - they have a distinctive heart-shaped black nose, dark tips to the ears and either a pale rump or a rump-ring that looks as though they've sat on a freshly-painted toilet seat! http://www.sinclair2.karoo.net/Botswana/grazers_and_browsers.html#Waterb...
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