Distribution: originally in eastern China's coastal plains
The body length of the David's Deer is about 150cm, with a 50cm tail. Weighing 150-200kg, their appearance is quite spectacular. Their tails are similar to that of the horse; their hooves are similar to those of the cow; their antlers are similar to a deer's, and their body is similar to a donkey. Hence, they are also called "nondescript animals". They gregariously search for grass and water plants. The normal lifespan is about 20 years.
They are listed as the first grade nationally protected animals.