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Marsh deer in natural habitat

The marsh-deer (Blastocerus dichotomus, cervo-do-pantanal) is the largest of our deers. They prefer marshy ground with standing water and dense vegetation, for this, they have large feet with an elastic membrane between the hooves.
They are solitary and their natural enemies are jaguars and pumas.

In this photo you see a typical male in his natural habitat.