Ethiopian Deer

Unidentified Hooted Mammal of East Africa. Distribution: Southern Ethiopia. Significant sighting: Apparently known to the ancient Egyptians. Possible explanations:

(1) Surviving fossil giraffid (Climacoceras) that lived in the Miocene (18-6 million years ago) in East Africa. It had branched, antlerlike cranial appendages.

(2) Ethiopian subspecies of the Fallow deer (Dama dama) found in Ethiopia and Egypt from the Late Pliocene to the Late Pleistocene (2 million-10,000 years ago). Source: Christine Janis, "A Reevaluation of

Some Cryptozoological Animals," Cryptozoology 6 (1987): 115-118.

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