Barasingha, the Swamp deer is known for its tines. Barasingha, meaning "twelve-tined" or twelve points in the antlers, a rare deer found in Indian sub-continent. The antlers act as a perch for free roaming birds as they clean the Barasingha of its ticks and mite. While the birds get their food the deer gets cleaned – a beautiful symbiotic relationship.
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