Feeding in woods.
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I thought Chinese water deer too. Has what is sometimes described as 'teddy bear' face (although some weird teddy bear), and prominant tusks.
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I'm pretty sure this is Chinese Water Deer - large ears and no facial stripes (also common at Strumpshaw).
You'd be hard pressed not to see a water deer at strumpshaw. I've seen them on the railway lines from the car park before now.
The rump would be higher than the shoulders if this were a muntjac. See the link below for another picture of water deer.
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