Vampire Deer — Chinese Water Deer
Instead of antlers, the male Chinese water deer bears enlarged upper canine teeth, which form long, slightly curved tusks that measure up to three inches in length and protrude like fangs from the side of the mouth.
Chinese Water Deer that run wild on Woodwalton Fen Nature Reserve - Cambridgeshire, England (by Guy on 500px)
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Chinese water deer - no antlers but look at those tusks!
Euphorbia characias subsp. wulfenii (Spurge) Perennial 4' ht., sun to part sun, may reseed but they are easily pulled out, deer-resistant, low water requirements.
Chinese Water Deer are peaceful creatures who instead of antlers, have a pair of prominent tusks. They are used for territorial fights with other males during mating season.
detournementsmineurs: “Palazzo d’Inverno. Lo Stile. Ora” by Julia Hetta For IO Donna, 2013.