National Geographic : 1939 Oct
ANTLERED MAJESTIES OF MANY LANDS MICHIE'S TUFTED DEER HIDES STUBBY ANTLERS IN CLUMPS OF HAIR Closely related to the Muntjac (opposite plate, lower), this alert species makes its home in bamboo groves and reed beds bordering Chinese rivers. The male (left) has protruding canine teeth. a iatuna u aug ttpm lc utty anlings Dy VValter A. V\ efer WITH CHINESE WATER DEER, A "LITTER" OF FAWNS IS THE RULE This race is less than two feet tall. From the shelter of reeds and high grass it often takes to the water. Neither sex carries antlers, but the buck is armed with long tusks.