A grown black muntjac, an endangered species of the deer family, has been caught on camera in a nature reserve in east China's Jiangxi Province.
This was the first time a wild black muntjac was captured on camera in the nature reserve in Fuliang County, Jingdezhen City.
Footage of the camera showed the black muntjac making a beeline at the camera video and then pausing in front of it for a long time seemingly noticing the camera's existence.
The endangered deer species is under first-class protection in China. It has a sparse population of less than 6,000 usually in mountainous areas at an altitude of about 1,000 meters.
(With inputs from CGTN)