Kenya Rhino (native animals) Catalog codes: Yvert et Tellier KE 27 Michel KE 27 Issued on: 1966-12-12 Perforation: comb 14˝ x 15 Printing: Photogravure Size: 24 x 20 mm Colors: Black | Green Face value: 65 Kenyan cent Postmarked 1968.12.03 Nanyuki KE
Red-fronted gazelle (Eudorcas rufifrons) and national flag, printed by photogravure, and issued by Ghana on April 15, 1963 as one of a set of four stamps commemorating Africa Freedom Day, Scott No. 138, plus a photo.
Nara Period (710 to 794 AD) artwork from the Shosun Treasure House featuring two sika deer stags (Cervus nippon) and a tree, printed by photogravure, and issued by Japan on March 10, 1960 to commemorate the 1,250th anniversary of the transfer of the capital to Nara, Scott No. 687, plus a photo.
Here are images of the two similar stamps depicting a gazelle, printed by photogravure, and issued for use in Ifni on June 1, 1964 to benefit children's welfare funds, Scott Nos. 119 & 121. Note: Scott identifies this animal as a mountain gazelle, which is native to the Middle East, but I believe it is actually a Dorcas gazelle (Gazella dorcas), which is indigenous to the Morocco desert region (see photo).
Alpine ibex (Capra ibex), a semi-postal (charity) stamp designed by Celestino Piatti (1922-2007), printed by photogravure (Courvoisier, S.A.), and issued by Switzerland on December 1, 1967 as one of a set of four stamps benefiting children's welfare funds, Scott No. B372, plus a YouTube link to a video featuring Alpine ibexes in Zernez.
Here is an image of an airmail stamp depicting two white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus), designed by Leonel Pérez, printed by lithography, and issued by Honduras on June 25, 1993 as one of two stamps in a "National Symbols" set, Scott No. C901, plus a photo of a male white-tailed deer.
This Canadian self-adhesive coil stamp depicts a baby mountain goat (Oreamnos americanus). Despite its common name, the mountain goat is not really a goat. Rather, it is an "ungulate of the order Actiodactyla and family Bovidae that includes antelopes, gazelles, and cattle" (wikipedia).
This serie of definitive stamps was issued by Congo still under the belgium colonization. In 1960 Congo becames independent and the stamps suffered overprints and surcharges in the subsequent years, including with the name of the province Katanga, that declared independence along some years .