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Kashmir Stag is commonly known as hangul. It is largely found in Jammu and Kashmir in India.
Kashmir Stag is the State Animal of Jammu and Kashmir.
They are the sub species of Red Deer. This species with the zoological name Cervus elanphus hanglu falls under the genus Cervus. The classification is as below,
|Subspecies||Cervus elanphus hanglu|
In summer, their fur looks brighter rather than during other seasons. Tail is relatively short in size. It is surrounded by whitish caudal disk and contrasting with dark brown that merges into the body. In males, hairs on the ridge of the neck are long, thick and bushy. The hair at the lower neck is long and shaggy with varying colors like brown or brownish ash or dark liver. Belly in males are dark brown in color. In adults each horn has five points, sometimes more.