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Two endangered mammals photographed in wild for the first time

Neil D' Cruze / James Sawyer / W / EPA

A handout photo provided by Neil D' Cruze and James Sawyer of the World Society for the Protection of Animals shows a Visayan Spotted Deer caught by a remote camera traps in central Negros island on April 5, 2012. Two endangered mammal species made their public debut as the Negros Interior Biodiversity Expedition 2012 (NIBE) captured the animals' first ever wild images.

Neil D' Cruze / James Sawyer

Visayan Warty Pig

The Telegraph reports: Two of the world’s most endangered mammals living in the wild, the Visayan Warty Pig and Spotted Deer, have been photographed for the first time.

A team of British scientists used specialist photography to capture the species in the almost impenetrable, dense forests on the island of Negros, central Philippines.

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