Barasingha refers to a species of deer known as the "swamp deer" or "Rucervus duvaucelii." One of the notable features of Barasingha is their antlers. The name "Barasingha" translates to "twelve-pointed" in Hindi, referring to the antlers of the mature stags. The antlers branch out with twelve or more points, making them impressive and distinguishable. The antlers are shed and regrown each year. Barasingha are typically found in herds consisting of females and their offspring. The males are usually solitary or form small bachelor groups.
Barasingha Males: Starting at $2,000
Barasingha Females: Starting at $2,000
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