The Visayan Spotted Deer, also called the Philippine Spotted Deer, is native to dense forested slopes on two islands of Visayan in the Philippines.
It was formerly also found in open grassland and on several other islands but is now rare and endangered.
A small, dark, spotted deer, it reaches up to 80 cm at the shoulder. Distinguishing features include the white chin and cream underparts. The buck has knobbly antlers; the doe does not.