For the first time in 60 years, a what so-called “vampire'” deer was sighted in North-East Afghanistan. The species were last seen since 1948. Why are they being called “vampire” deer? It’s because they grow fangs instead of antlers. It is due to some certain anomalies anatomically which results to a downward pointing canine teeth. they are also called the Kashmir musk deer, they may be normally not as terrifying as they look but with fangs that looks like a vampire makes it more terrifying. These fangs have major use in impressing lady deer and for protection from rivals and not for sucking blood. The teeth sizes ranges from 2.1 inches in average up to 3.2 inches. the teeth usually comes out during their 6-7 months of age. It is because of this teeth that’s why they are called as “vampire deer”. These species are considered so rare, in a black market poachers are selling their scent glands at $45, 000 per kilo. That what them extinct, because they are being hunt down for their musk that is being used as raw materials for perfume, medicine and incense.