Hog deer is of medium size and dark brown in color. The lower body is lighter and only male have antlers. There are 3 branches of antlers on each side. The antlers change every year. The new born baby has white spots on the body that will disappear when they grow older. Hog deer is one of the most beautiful species of deer, and they can be found in Southeast Asia, such as India, Nepal, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, and Vietnam. The hog deer eat grass, leaves, and fruits. The hog deer is an endangered species. In order to increase the number of the hog deer, Nongnooch Pattaya Garden breeds the species and also let visitors feed the animals inside the garden for the youth to learn, and to experience the animals closely.