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Pampas Deer (Ozotoceros bezoarticus) Taken in November 2016, in Goiás, Brazil. Known as Veado-campeiro, in Portuguese. Artiodactyla,Brazil,Cervidae,Geotagged,Goias,Mammalia,National Park,Ozotoceros,Ozotoceros bezoarticus,Pampas deer,South America,Spring,baby animals,cerrado,deer,fauna,fawn,nature,wildlife Click/tap to enlarge PromotedSpecies introCountry intro

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  1. Amazing! We don't often get new mammal species. Posted one year ago
  2. So pretty! Posted one year ago

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Pampas deer live in the grasslands of South America at low elevations. They are known as venado or gama in Spanish and as veado-campeiro in Portuguese. Their habitat includes water and hills, often with winter drought, and grass that is high enough to cover a standing deer. Many of them live on the Pantanal wetlands, where there are ongoing conservation efforts, and other areas of annual flooding cycles. Human activity has changed much of the original landscape. They are known to live up to 12 years.. more

Similar species: Even-toed Ungulates
Species identified by Natalia Cara
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Uploaded Jun 2, 2018. Captured Jun 2, 2018 13:45 in GO-341, Mineiros - GO, 75830-000, Brazil.