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African Buffalo and Yellow-billed Stork, Lake Nakuru, Kenya. Photo by Ian Nelson, UK

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African Forest Buffalo by Tony Camacho African forest buffalo is the smallest subspecies of the African buffalo. It is related to the Cape buffalo, West African savanna buffalo and Central African...

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African Forest Buffalo ~ Photo by Tony Camacho: African forest buffalo is the smallest subspecies of the African buffalo. It is related to the Cape buffalo, West African savanna buffalo and Central African.

The strong and imposing African buffalo is Africa’s only wild cattle species. With its bulky build and thick horns, the African buffalo is considered to be a dangerous animal, and its propensity to attack and even kill humans when wounded by an arrow or bullet only acts to reinforce this reputation.

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"In the Crosshairs" Original Oil x -African Wildlife Original Art Original Oil Paintings of African Wildlife Artist Brian Jarvi - Original African Wildlife ArtBrian Jarvi

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African Buffalo, Syncerus Caffer, Tanzania

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The official website of Montana Wildlife Artist Adam Smith featuring North American and African Wildlife Updated Mon Oct 2 2017

An African buffalo comes out looking like an ancient relic in a photo with unparalleled attention to detail

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Picture: David Lloyd / Barcroft Media David used his stunning black and white stills to capture the simplicity of each brief moment in the lives of the creatures he found in Kenya and Botswana, which he transformed into fine art through his photography.

Cape Buffalo

Two cape buffalo bulls establishing dominance in the mating season