Newborn Mouse Deer is going Viral Around the World

Apr 25 2014, 8:35am CDT | by , in News | Also on the Geek Mind

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Newborn Mouse Deer is going Viral Around the World
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A Spanish zoo has a new star. A newborn mouse deer (Tragulus Javanicus). Mouse deer are the smallest deer in the world, about the size of a rabbit.

The news of a newborn mouse deer is making its way around the world. The Java mouse deer (Tragulus Javanicus) is the smallest deer species in the world. When grown they reach the size of a rabbit and weigh about 1 kilo. In a Spanish zoo called Bioparc Funegirola a baby mouse deer was born a week ago. These animals are very rare. In Europe there are only about 40 living in zoos.

The native living space of mouse deer is in South East Asia, but the species is endangered there because of the jungle's deforestation.

Feast your eyes on the cute as a button mouse deer above.

Via the Bioparc Fuengirola site.

Watch below a video from Asia showing the mouse deers in another zoo.

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