Eld deer makes a comeback in China

Twenty years ago, the Eld's deer (or "slope deer") population on China's island provice of Hainan had fallen to just 26 animals, making it one of the world's most endangered species.

As of last month, the Eld's deer population numbered 1600, a third of which are living free in the wild.

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