Antelope In Indonesia Kijang
Antelope In Indonesia Kijang:
Spotted deer (Axis axis) certainly no stranger to most of us especially who have the Bogor Palace. In Bogor Palace there are hundreds of deer spots. Spotted deer are also no stranger to the town of Bogor animal because this one is set into the fauna of the identity of the City since 1995.
But one fact that is sometimes forgotten is spotted deer is not native fauna of Indonesia. Unlike Bawean deer (Axis kuhli), timor deer (Cervus timorensis), sambar (Cervus unicolor), and deer are native to Indonesia.
Deer spots that have a Latin name Axis axis is not the native fauna of Indonesia but originally from India and Sri Lanka. Funny and beautiful animals that were imported by Thomas Stanford Raffles, Governor General of England, in 1814 to occupy the Bogor Palace yard.
Spotted deer is also called “cheetal” or chital deer. In English fauna Bogor city’s identity is known as Chital, Axis Deer, Indian Spotted Deer. In scientific language (Latin) a genus of deer with Deer Bawean is called Axis axis.
Characteristics and Behavior:
Feature spot deer (Axis axis) that differentiates it from other deer species is the presence of white spots on body hair (feathers) which is brown.
Population, Habitat and Distribution:
Deer are naturally scattered spots in India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan, and Bangladesh. Spotted deer introduced into Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Brazil, Croatia, Moldova, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Ukraine, United States, and Uruguay. In 1814, Governor General of England, Thomas Stanford Raffles brought to the presidential palace in Bogor spotted deer which breed until now.