Jungle Hog Deer Stag
A Hog Deer Stag pauses in a shaft of light and looks towards our jeep. Kaziranga National Park, Assam, India.
Hog Deer Stag : About Hog Deer:
Indian Hog deers (Axis porcinus) were once widespread and densely populated throughout their range. Between 1991 and 2012, hog deer in southeast Asia declined by over 90% thanks to habitat loss, hunting and changes in farming practices. The remaining isolated populations now only inhabit fractions of their former range, with one particular stronghold in Kaziranga National Park, India. Where they are estimated to number over 15,000. These small deer weigh 30-50kg and have a life span of between 10-20 years. Hog deer’s numbers are gradually decreasing in their natural range and they are now classified as Endangered on the IUCN Red List.
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