The Reeve's muntjac, a small and elusive deer species, inhabits the dense forests and shrublands of Southeast Asia. With a reddish-brown coat and distinct black facial markings, these solitary creatures are known for their secretive nature. Their diets primarily consist of leaves, shoots, and fruits, making them a vital part of their forest ecosystems. Reeve's muntjacs are recognized for their characteristic barking calls, which they use to communicate within their territories.
- The jaw is not attached to the skull
- Greatest Length 27 cm (10.6 in.)
- Greatest Width 9.6 cm (3.8 in.)
- Skull Height 8.1 cm (3.2 in.)