The mouse deer is native to areas of southeast Asia including Thailand, Malaysia, Sumatra and Borneo. Although these small mammals appear deer-like, they are actually members of the Tragulidae family. The mouse deer is an herbivore, feeding on grasses, leaves, berries and saplings. In place of horns or antlers, the male mouse deer possess a large set of impressive canines that it uses in sparing with other males.
Skull Length: 9cm (3.5in)
Origin: South East Asia
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