Muntjac are really are common around here, leading me to jump to the wrong conclusion.
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They are recorded here, apparently - I'm so used to almost tripping over Muntjacs. I can see the difference now.
Both can stand with that raised rump, however, look at the face; the muntjac has a dark V running from each ear down the muzzle, almost joining at the nose; whilst water deer have a black nose with a white line above it and lack the V.
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