The Chinese Water Deer, otherwise known as a Vampire Deer (Hydropotes inermis) can actually control the movement of those not-so-benign looking tusks.
[Photo by Fenwalker.]

The Chinese Water Deer, otherwise known as a Vampire Deer (Hydropotes inermis) can actually control the movement of those not-so-benign looking tusks.

[Photo by Fenwalker.]

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    Fun fact: only the adult males have these tusks
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