<p>Gray brocket deer range from 850 to 1050 mm in total body length, stand around 650 mm at the shoulder. They weigh approximately of 17kg.</p> <p>Gray brocket deer are slightly smaller than red brocket deer (<span class="taxon"><em>Mazama americana</em></span>). The gray brocket deer also has a straighter back, giving its silhouette a more deer-like shape.</p> <p><span class="taxon"><em>Mazama gouazoupira</em></span> has a grayish-brown to reddish-brown coat. The males have simple antlers about 70 to 100 mm in length. The undersides of the tail is white, with the pelage on the flanks being of a paler color.<span> (Mares, Ojeda, and Barquez, 1989; Redford and Eisenberg, 1992)</span></p> <p><strong>Other Physical Features: </strong>Endothermic; Homoiothermic; Bilateral symmetry</p><p><strong>Sexual Dimorphism: </strong>Ornamentation</p>
- Mares, M., R. Ojeda, R. Barquez. 1989. Guide to the Mammals of Salta Province, Argentina. London: University of Oklahoma Press.
- Redford, K., J. Eisenberg. 1992. Mammals of the Neotropics: The Southern Cone, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.