The wallaby of southern Australia would probably live closer to Antarctica than the Cape Buffalo of southern Africa.
No, buffalo are native to North America.
Neither of them, since they are in such hot climates, moving them to a cold climate could possibly kill them, and since its colder, not much vegetation would be edible for them.
No. The frozen, barren landscape of Antarctica is not suitable for an animal of the warm grasslands of Africa.
train loads of tourists killed buffalo purely for sport
They can be milked in a tipical dairy, There are dairies in Darwin, Australia, Victoria, Australia and at Witta, Qld, Australia
Yes, like Cape Buffalo in Africa.
The Buffalo Niagara International Airport is located in Cheektowaga, New York. It serves the Buffalo, New York, area as well as Southern Ontario, Canada.
Mount Buffalo National Park is located in Victoria, Australia. Near the city of Bright.
The factor that contributed the most to the destruction of the southern buffalo herds was the white settlers who came in the 1800s and battled with the Native Americans in various ways. A related factor was the over-hunting (sometimes on purpose) of the buffalo by the white settlers.
When the outsiders who were given lands by the government got migrated to the place, they looked at the buffaloes for hunting and sport. So eventually the factor that contributed to the destruction of southern buffalo herds is that trainloads of tourists killed buffalo purely for sport.
Although the Cape Buffalo is named after the Cpe of South Africa, they are spread all throughout Southern and Centeral Africa.
The main factor that contributed to the destruction of the southern buffalo herds was the massive slaughtering of the herds by white hunters and entrepreneurs, encouraged and promoted by the U.S. Army. In 1840, more than sixty-million buffalo roamed the Plains, and by 1886, there were fewer than one hundred free-roaming buffalo left.
The factor that contributed the most to the destruction of the southern buffalo herds was the white settlers who came in the 1800s and battled with the Native Americans in various ways. A related factor was the over-hunting (sometimes on purpose) of the buffalo by the white settlers.Trainloads of tourists killed buffalo purely for sport, and the buffalo were also hunted for their hides and to diminish the power of the Native Americans.
Three to six lions and/or lionesses are probably enough to kill a buffalo.
try the northern territory Australia the are a ferral pest there.
Cape Buffalo live in sub-Saharan Africa. Wild water buffalo live in southern and Southeast Asia. Bison, which are sometimes called buffalo but in fact aren't, live in North America and in a very small part of Europe.
Australia is home to temperate grassland.True grassland is now the most threatened habitat in Australia, with only 1% of the original habitat surviving. Some of this may be found in the subalpine regions of the Kosciuszko National Park, from the southern edge of the ACT, southwest across the border of NSW and Victoria, to the Mt Buffalo and Alpine National Parks. Tropical tallgrass is found in areas of the Top End and northern Queensland, and some degree of grassland remains in the mid-west of NSW and Victoria, and the southern areas of South Australia.
Are you asking about the erumai, a word from India, meaning a "forest buffalo"?This would be a type of Gaur, or large buffalo-type animal found in Southern India.
The Domestic Asian Water Buffalo or Water buffalo has the Latin name "Bubalus bubalis". There isn't a specific Indonesian Water Buffalo. They are found throughout Asia, and widely used in South America, southern Europe other regions.