In Taiwan, Dr. Jane met a herd of the beautiful, spotted Formosan deer that were
part of a release program. Gone from the wild for the past thirty years but gradually
bred up from seventeen individuals remaining in various zoos, many of them are
now free in the Ken Tung National Park. An antler shed by one of the first deer
to be released is another of Dr. Jane’s symbols of hope. Learn
more about the Formosan deer.