Schomburgk's deer

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English[edit]

Schomburgk's deer

Etymology[edit]

Named after Sir Robert H. Schomburgk, British consul in Bangkok from 1857 to 1864.

Noun[edit]

Schomburgk's deer (plural Schomburgk's deer)

  1. An extinct deer (Cervus schomburgki) once native to south-east Asia, having a dark brown coat and lighter belly, a short mane and basket-like antlers in the male.