Thorold's deer is a threatened species of deer found in grassland, shrubland and forest at high altitudes in the eastern Tibetan Plateau. It is also known as the white-lipped deer for the white patches around its muzzle.
This deer fills an ecological niche similar to the Shou . It was first scientifically described by Nikolai Przhevalsky in 1883, and the first specimens were procured by G. W. Thorold, after whom the species is named. As of early 2011, more than 100 Thorold's deer are.. more
Similar species: Even-toed Ungulates
Uploaded Dec 10, 2015. Captured in 1 Conservation Pl, Syracuse, NY 13204, USA.