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  • noun Plural form of brocket.


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  • Dwarf brockets were there (brockets Mazama are a group of small-bodied deer known from Mexico and South America), as were coro-coros (also called bamboo rats Dactylomys, coro-coros are arboreal members of Echimyidae), Mountain pacas Cuniculus taczonowskii*, AND an abrocomid that Eaton recognized as a new species.

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • Darren covers peccaries and tapirs in the first, and announces: More in part II: more peccaries, new brockets, dwarf manatee, dwarf boto, black giant otter and others.

    New Mammals!

  • HOWELL: We had this barrage of bullets that were like the size of brockets that's being fired at you coming across this valley.

    CNN Transcript Oct 25, 2007

  • Although extensively hunted, brockets are so adept at dodging into dense brush that relatively few get caught.

    26 Mouse Deer

  • Except for their size and color, all brockets look alike.

    26 Mouse Deer

  • Although at first sight these retiring, nervous, and agile creatures seem unlikely to be even potential microlivestock, young brockets are sometimes caught and raised by people.

    26 Mouse Deer

  • Here Isoult saw the great herd of red deer -- hundreds of hundreds -- hinds and calves with some brockets and harts, busy feeding.

    The Forest Lovers

  • Some of the stone flakes may have been used by the Ortoiroid natives as scrapers for food preparation, such as scaling fish, prying meat from shells and removing the hides of animals they ate-tree rats, red howler monkeys, pacas (large rodent), agoutis, red brockets (deer) and collared peccaries (pig-like animal).

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