Pere David's deer  - Eurasia - Temperate forest

Pere David's deer (Elaphurus davidianus)
Pere David's Deer were once found in China’s temperate forests China along the Yangtze River basin. But years of overhunting and loss of habitat led to the extinction of the species in the wild by the early 20th century.
However, a small population of Pere David's Deer bred in Europe were reintroduced in the mid 1980’s, and from this founder population of 39, the numbers of Pere David’s Deer in China have increased to around 2,500 today.

Pere David's deer