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**ALL ROUND PICTURES FROM SOLARPIX.COM**.**NO UK NEWSPAPER PUBLICATION **UK MAGAZINE PUBLICATION ONLY** AND NO PUBLICATION IN FRANCE, SCANDINAVIA, AUSTRALIA AND GERMANY** .Prancer the baby deer -.This two week old  baby Muntjac deer was lucky to survive this Christmas after being found in a puddle in Hemel Hempstead with a dislocated elbow...After given first aid and a hot water bottle the baby is now enjoying her stay,  at St Tiggywinkles wildlife hospital in Bucks,  sleeping in a dog basket with a toy badger for company. .Muntjac were introduced to Britain 100 years ago and have done very well.  In their native south east Asia they are becoming scarce so Briitain now probably has the core population of the World's Muntjac...JOB REF: 5514 SFE       DATE:  17_12_2007.**MUST CREDIT SOLARPIX.COM OR DOUBLE FEE WILL BE CHARGED* *UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES IS THIS IMAGE TO BE REPRODUCED FOR ANY ONLINE EDITION WITHOUT PRIOR PERMISSION*