Tragulus pygmaeus
kanchil kan"chil, n. [Malay canch[=i]l.] (Zo["o]l.) A small chevrotain of the genus {Tragulus}, esp. {Tragulus pygm[ae]us}, or {Tragulus kanchil}, inhabiting Java, Sumatra, and adjacent islands; a deerlet. It is noted for its agility and cunning. [1913 Webster]

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