In Daxing district in Beijing, the capital of China, deer and other wild animals have found a haven. Nanhaizi Milu Park is one of China's first nature reserves dedicated to Milu deer protection. Also known as Pere David's deer, the species is endemic to the country.
The animal is also called "Sibuxiang" in Chinese, which means "four disparities," as the deer is known for its hooves of an ox, the neck of a horse, antlers of a buck and a tail like the one on a donkey.
In the summer, Milu deer like to roll about in the mud, because it helps them cool off, protects them from mosquitoes bites, and clean the body. The deer can also swim and like to stay in the cold water for a long time.
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