The commonest of the deer tribe is the khakar, or barking deer.
Many kinds of deer are there, to be preyed upon by man or beast, from the pretty little gyi or barking deer to the lordly sambur.
He is called the barking deer, because he can bark or yap almost like a dog.
Mr. Sanderson mentions an instance when a barking deer he shot was partially devoured by a bear during the night.
What he sought was a kakur, or barking deer, a much smaller but infinitely more palatable beast.
There to my astonishment I found a barking deer standing up with half its face blown away.
In this way the barking deer leads the tiger on and on through the jungle from bush to bush.
Still we must call him the barking deer, as people have already given him that name.
At different times I possessed half a dozen barking deer fawns, one of which became an institution in Buxa.
The musk deer is found in the snows, and the barking deer on every hill side.