Chevrotains, Mouse Deer
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West, R. M. 1980. A minute new species of Dorcatherium (Tragulidae, Mammalia) from the Chinji Formation near Daud Khel, Mianwali District, Pakistan. Contribution in Biology and Geology 33:1-6.
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