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Brazil
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Congo (Belgium)

1959

definitives

12v.

After the independence of Congo from Belgium, in 1960, the stamps of the definive serie issued a year later, were overprinted and surcharged. This rhino stamp is a example of different variations found in stamps of the whole serie.

20c Ceratotherium simum

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Brazil
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Mozambique

1975

definitives

12v.

Ceratotherium simum - rinoceronte de lábio quadrado

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United States
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"Rhinoceros?...Pre-posser-us!" Those were the memorable words of Bert Lahr (1895-1967) as the Cowardly Lion in The Wizard of Oz.

This circa 1910 advertising label of the Peter Milk Chocolate Co. of France depicts a rhinoceros was construction worker.

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On July 21, 2011 Ireland released their second series of 8 computer-vended stamps on the theme of "Irish Animals and Marine Life". One of these stamps depicts the red deer (Cervus elaphus).

Then on April 2, 2013, almost two years later, An Post used the same red deer photographic image for a 60c (domestic rate) coil, which was sold in rolls of 100, and is se-tenant in the strip with a 60c golden eagle stamp.

From the Irish Deer Society website, "The red deer is Ireland's largest land mammal and is the only species of deer that is considered native to Ireland. They earned their "native" or indigenous status, as they are believed th have survived our last ice age, or are the closest living populations to the post-glacial native Irish Red Deer."

The Irish/ Celtic cancellation "CILL MHUCRAISE" translates as Kilmuckridge (formerly Ford, or The Ford) in County Wexford.


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Sambar deer (Rusa unicolor) stag, known locally as a payau, designed by Bruneian illustrator Chong Yun Fatt, engraved and printed by Waterlow & Sons, Ltd., and issued for use in North Borneo on February 1, 1961, Scott No. 280, plus a photo.

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On November 2, 2017 Ireland issued 2 computer-vended, contemporary-themed Christmas stamps. One shows a snowy scene including an European robin and a red deer (Cervus Elaphus) with lights on its antlers.

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Red deer (Cervus elaphus), designed by André Buzin (1946- ), printed by photogravure, and issued by Belgium on April 20, 1998 as one of a set of four stamps depicting indigenous wildlife, Scott No. 1693.

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Three Finnish forest reindeer (Rangifer tarandus fennicus) are pictured on this March 3, 2003 computer -vended stamp of Finland. It is Michel #40.1.

From Wikipedia, "the Finnish forest reindeer is a rare and threatened subspecies of the reindeer native to Finland and northwestern Russia."

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This June 7, 1994 Hokkaido prefecture stamp (Sc. #Z148) of Japan depicts a Yezo sika deer (Cervus Nippon yesoensis). The stamp was issued in both sheet and booklet format (with one or two straight edges).

From Wikipedia, "The Yezo sika deer is one of the many subspecies of sika deer. The sika that inhabit the island of Hokkaido are indigenous, although it is not known whether they originated there or migrated from the main island of Japan...The indigenous Ainu people of Hokkaido have hunted them for centuries and relied on them as a major food source."

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Argali, or mountain sheep (Ovis ammon), a wild sheep that roams the highlands of Central Asia, printed by lithography, and issued by Afghanistan on May 5, 1984 as one of a set of seven stamps depicting indigenous wildlife, Scott No. 1080, plus a photo.

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These two Latvian "coat of arms" definitive stamps incorporate a moose in their designs. The 3s value is the coat of arms of the Semgallian region (Lat. = Zemgale) of southern Latvia, while the 40s stamp shows the coat of the city of Jelgava, the largest city of that region.

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Morocco
Fauna of Morocco
October 31, 2017
The stamp depicts Dama Gazelle, a species of gazelle living in Africa in the Sahara desert and the Sahel.

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Tunisia
Endangered Wild Animals
May 23, 2019
Set if three, two stamps depict Addax and Oryx.

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Here is an image of a stamp depicting a red deer (Cervus elaphus), designed by botanical illustrator Wendy Walsh (1915-2014), printed by lithography, and issued by Ireland on July 30, 1980 as one of four stamps in a wildlife set, Scott Nos. 483.

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