Wuliang Mountains Series | Episode 6: Indian muntjac
In the morning at the southern end of the Wuliang Mountains, silence prevails in Taiyanghe Provincial Nature Reserve. A couple of Indian muntjacs that look like deer turn up in the woods. A sensitive sense of smell helps them find food among the rotten foliage. Twigs, young leaves, flowers and fruits, all are the Indian muntjac's favorites.
About 'Journeys in Nature': Wuliang Mountains Series
The primitive forest in the Wuliang Mountains of southwest China's Yunnan Province offers a sanctuary to wildlife. From gibbons to muntjacs, and tortoises to beetles, this series showcases the unique flora and fauna that call the mountain home.