As the name implies, Siberian Musk Deer can be found in Siberia, but populations also exist in other parts of northeast Asia. It's a very small species with both genders weighing between 7 - 17 kg (15 - 37 lb). Although bearing fangs, Siberian Musk Deer are actually herbivores with their main source of nutrients, lichens. The fangs are essentially the musk deer answer to antlers as males grow these for display. These peculiar creatures rely primarily on their acute sense of hearing to detect threats and then use their small shape as an advantage to hide from predators. The Siberian Musk Deer is a solitary creature and is primarily active during night.