Tufted Deer Elaphodus cephalophus

Tufted Deer
Michie's Tufted Deer
The Tufted Deer, native to mountain forests in parts of China and (formerly?) Myanmar, is named after the pointed tuft of hair on the top of its head.
Tufted Deer
Tufted Deer
Michie's Tufted Deer
A small, dark deer with white-tipped ears, the buck has fangs or small tusks and tiny antlers; the doe (shown above) does not. Both have the tuft. Related to the Muntjac, though a different genus, it is a little slimmer and taller, reaching some 2 foot (c.60 cm) at the shoulder.
Tufted Deer
A solitary deer rather than a herd animal.
Tufted Deer fawn
Tufted Deer fawn
A fawn.
Tufted Deer
Tufted Deer
Tufted Deer
The Tufted Deer illustrated is Michie's Tufted Deer, a subspecies from southeast China.