Some articles on china sika deer, sika deer, china:
... The North China sika deer or Mandarin sika deer (Cervus nippon mandarinus) is one of the many subspecies of sika deer ... It previously inhabited lowland forests of North China Plain and Northeast China Plain ... the subspecies was endangered centuries ago, surviving only in remote areas of northeastern China and the Qing Imperial Hunting Grounds ...
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