Scientific name : Muntiacus muntjak

 Description : Barking deer is a common muntjac deer species native to South and Southeast Asia. Its calls sound like barking, that it makes as an alarm often when frightened by a predator, hence the common name "barking deer". It is an omnivore and eats grass, different types of leaves, tender shoots, fruits, sprouts, flowers, berries, seeds, tree bark, twigs, bird eggs, and small animals. Muntjacs are active at dusk and dawn. Both males and females have tusks-like canine teeth, which is longer in males and used for fight against other males.