SPOTTED: This is a silver-backed chevrotain, also known as the Vietnamese mouse-deer. Scientists rediscovered the species in Vietnam after more than 25 years, Global Wildlife Conservation said in a statement on Monday. The creature is about the size of a rabbit and typically weighs less than 10 pounds, according to GWC.

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