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Red brocket M. Pampas deer O. Marsh deer B. White-tailed deer O. Family Bovidae. Abbott's duiker C. Blue duiker P. Common duiker S. Roan antelope H.
East African oryx O. Addax A. Upemba lechwe K. Southern reedbuck R. Impala A. Grey rhebok P. Hirola B. Topi D. Hartebeest A. Black wildebeest C.
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Mountain goat O. Muskox O. Argali O. Bharal P. Pyrenean chamois R. Family Bovidae subfamily Bovinae. Four-horned antelope T.
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Family Bovidae subfamily Antilopinae. Dibatag A. Springbok A. Blackbuck A. Our bison hunts will enable you to relive a bygone era using methods that were used to hunt buffalo over a century ago.
Locating your trophy bull bison on a ranch this size makes for a true bison hunt. You will be hunting bison from a buffalo herd that roams the mystical and enchanting hills of the southwest New Mexico.
Buffalo are the largest North American game animal and it requires big bullets to stop them. Buffalo are unpredictable and elusive which makes it hard to determine when and where you will be successful, but we do guarantee the hunt.
Head, cape for mounting, and meat are the property of the hunter. Meat processing fees are not included, although we will make arrangements.
In , the International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature placed Bubalus arnee on the Official List of Specific Names in Zoology , recognizing the validity of this name for a wild species.
Only a few DNA sequences are available from wild water buffalo populations. The wild water buffalo has an ash-gray to black skin. The moderately long, coarse and sparse hair is directed forward from the haunches to the long and narrow head.
There is a tuft on the forehead, and the ears are comparatively small. The tip of the tail is bushy; the hooves are large and splayed.
The wild water buffalo occurs in India , Nepal , Bhutan , Thailand , and Cambodia , with an unconfirmed population in Myanmar.
In the early s, there may still have been about 3,—3, wild water buffaloes in Assam and the adjacent states of northeast India. Many surviving populations are thought to have interbred with feral or domestic water buffaloes.
In the late s, fewer than wild water buffaloes were left in Madhya Pradesh. Nepal's only population lives in Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve and has grown from 63 individuals in to individuals in This is part of the sub-population that occurs in India's Manas National Park.
In Thailand, wild water buffaloes have been reported to occur in small herds of less than 40 individuals. A population of 25—60 individuals inhabited lowland areas of the Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary between December and April This population has not grown significantly in 15 years, and is maybe interbreeding with domestic water buffaloes.
The population in Cambodia is confined to a small area of easternmost Mondulkiri and possibly Ratanakiri Provinces. Only a few dozen individuals remain.
The wild water buffaloes in Sri Lanka are thought to be descendants of the introduced domestic water buffalo. It is unlikely that any true wild water buffaloes remain there today.
Wild-living populations found elsewhere in Asia, Australia , Argentina and Bolivia are feral domestic water buffaloes. Wild water buffaloes are both diurnal and nocturnal.
Clans are led by old cows, even when bulls accompany the group. Several clans form a herd of 30 to animals that gather at resting areas.
Adult males form bachelor groups of up to 10 individuals, with older males often being solitary, and spend the dry season apart from the female clans.
They are seasonal breeders in most of their range, typically in October and November. However, some populations breed year round.
Dominant males mate with the females of a clan who subsequently drive them off. Their gestation period is 10 to 11 months, with an inter-birth interval of one year.
They typically give birth to a single offspring, although twins are possible. Age at sexual maturity is 18 months for males, and three years for females.
The maximum known lifespan is 25 years in the wild. They are probably grazers by preference, feeding mainly on graminoids when available, such as Bermuda grass , and Cyperus sedges, but they also eat other herbs , fruits, and bark, as well as browsing on trees and shrubs.
Tigers and mugger crocodiles prey on adult wild water buffaloes, and Asian black bears have also been known to kill them.
The most important threats are: . In , 15 wild water buffaloes were reintroduced into Chitwan National Park in Nepal to establish a second viable sub-population in the country.
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