Unknown Hoofed Mammal of South America.
Variant name: Veado branco (Portuguese, "white deer").
Physical description: Somewhere in size between the two known species, the Red brocket deer (Mazama americana) and the Gray brocket deer (M. gouazoubira).
Distribution: Rio Aripuana, Mato Grosso State, Brazil.
Significant sighting: Marc van Roosmalen heard reports of this deer in 2000.
P^ossible explanation: A regional variation of the gray brocket deer, which has a white belly in the north of its range and a gray belly in the south.
Source: Karl Shuker, "New Beasts from Brazil?" Fortean Times, no. 139 (November 2000): 22.
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