National Geographic : 1939 Oct
ANTLERED MAJESTIES OF MANY LANDS RABBITLIKE DEER HAVE LARGE EYES, ARCHED BACKS, AND SHORT TAILS At extreme left is a Red Brocket; beside him stands a Brown Brocket. Both are small deer of Central and South America. The tiny Chilean Pudu, running, is the smallest true deer. () National Geographic Society Paintings by Walter A. Weber THE PERUVIAN HUEMUL LIVES HIGH It roams the upper slopes of the Andes. The Chilean Huemul, a southern relative, is a somewhat larger and browner animal, with straighter and heavier antler tines.