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Bactrian Deer at the Water Hole

Bactrian deer (Cervus elaphus bactrianus). Endangered species from central Asia and parts of the Middle East. Taken at the The Wilds, the largest conservation center in North America, near Cumberland, OH USA - 2010. Canon Rebel XT. Copyright: Photographer Laurel Talabere

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Sharon Gonzalez 13 Aug 2010


ruth sears 12 Aug 2010

great capture.

Artist Reply: Hi Ruth, Thanks for commenting. These deer are such beautiful animals. So glad they are in a place that is working hard to promote their conservation. Take care, Laurel

Ai Shan 12 Aug 2010

Beautiful and peaceful shot!

Artist Reply: Hi Ai, Thanks for your comment. I wanted to get closer so I had to really zoom in on this shot. Those are some antlers!! Take care, Laurel

Beatrix Jahn 12 Aug 2010

Lovely shot and interesting info.

Artist Reply: Hi Trixi, Thanks for looking and commenting. The Wilds is a wonderful area to visit. So nice to see the animals roaming (almost) free. Take care, Laurel