How many swamp deer are left in the world?

The total population of swamp deer is estimated to be less than 5,000 animals. They are mainly confined to regions in India and Nepal.

Known as Barasingha, it was spread throughout the Indian subcontinent, including Pakistan, Bangladesh, Afghanistan etc, but centuries of exploitation and human encroachment led to a terminal decline in their numbers thus severely limiting their population and habitat.

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