Where in the biome does a water buffalo live?
The water buffalo lives on the ground
Water Buffalo live in Africa and Asia.
The Fresh Water Biome
i biome made of animals and organisms that live in fresh water. A water biome containing very very low in salt.
animals that can take the salt in the marine water. Animals from a freshwater biome can't live in a marine biome cause it does not have the adaptation to live in the salty marine biome
Lions mostly live in Africa. They usually live in the plains and long grasslands, where they hunt buffalo, etc.
No. Polar bears live in an entirely different climate and biome than buffalo do, thus, in the natural world, have no contact with each other.
no are u stupid jk they live in a water biome which is either freshwater or saltwater, but they could live in both.
It lives in the lake and pond biome as well as the river and stream. The fresh water biome.
salt water, and tropical water
Cape buffalo come from Africa, and Water Buffalo live in Asia. Buffalo, if you are referring to the American Bison (both Plains and Woods), they live in North America.
By supporting the animals that live there water.
Asian Water buffalo do, yes, but not the cape buffalo, nor the American "buffalo" being the bison.
what grade are you in anyway? its so easy it livs in salt water biome What are you talking about? It lives in the coral reef biome.
Fish are, of course, aquatic creatures living solely in the water. Fish either live in the freshwater biome or the marine biome depending on if they are freshwater fish or saltwater fish.
This describes a desert biome. In deserts, water is scarce, so the plant and animals that live there have to conserve whatever water they can.
A carabao is a water buffalo that lives among swamps. These domestic water buffalo are native to the Philippine Islands. A carabao is a type of water buffalo typically found in Malaysia, Guam, and the Philippines. They commonly live in swampy or muddy habitats.
biosphere is a place where organizms live and biome is a place where water roams. a biome like a habitat= deseret/trundra/jungle.
A good example of mutualism in the grassland biome is that of a bird eating ticks off a buffalo, where the bird will be fed, and the buffalo will be parasite free.
They have to have sunlight and water in order to live in temperate biomes...
coral reefs/ under water
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.
what biome do we live in?
peacock live in rain forest because peacock need lots of water to live OK
The badgers biome for Europe is mostly Mediterranean, for they live close to the coast and eat a lot of water life creatures
A mink's biome is the habitat in which it lives and thrives. Minks live in wooded areas near lakes and ponds for a source of water.
Maybe because whales live in water, and buffalo lives on land.....
cheeta lion lilys and seeweed
water, temperature, and soil
They live forest they live in the grasslands and the forest biome. they also live in the tundra biome
Please post a new question with the coin's date. To clear things up: > The animal shown is an American plains buffalo. Water buffalo live in Asia.
African Cape Buffalo live in Africa. Asian Water Buffalo live in Asia. American bison live in the USA and Canada, in various provincial, state and national parks, as well as on bison ranches. Bison like living in open grasslands and prairies, or open meadows. Wood bison could also live in sparse woods with enough grass for them to graze on for a period of time before they move on again. Cape and Water Buffalo love… Read More
The marine biome is threatened by pollution, oil spills, and excessive hunting of species that live there, as well as trash floating in the water.
Pufferfish are most commonly found in the coral reef biome. These fish can also be found in the marine and fresh water biomes.
There are three species of buffalo, the water buffalo, cape buffalo, and American buffalo. Water buffalo are the largest, weighing between 1,500 and 2,650-pounds. The cape buffalo can be found all over sub-Saharan Africa. The American buffalo, also called bison, live on prairies, plains or in river valleys.
They are all over Asia.
I would say that the aquatic biome would be regions on Earth that have water, such as the oceans. I don't really know what else it could be, beings that aquatic animals live in water. So, the aquatic biome is regions on Earth with water. Not sure if this would include smaller bodies of water, such as ponds, lakes, etc.
IN WHICH BIOME DO LADYBUGS LIVE IN/
Desert is a harsh biome because there's drought and it seldom rains. Since most life needs water to survive, any place with little water will be difficult to live in.
I'm fairly certain that they live in the temperate steppe biome, but they may also live in the taiga biome.
a salt water biome is a biome in the water with a high amount of natural salt.
No. Leopards don't live where water buffalo do and vice versa.
Wolves live in a variety of biomes including deserts, taiga, deciduous forests, grasslands, and even in the tundra.
they live in the forest biome
They live in the rain forest biome.
what biome does a chamelion live in
A salt water biome. a biome in the water with a large amount of natural salt.
Yes, I live in the desert biome. I live in the Chihuahuan Desert.
Buffalo are not amphibians. Amphibians are small, sometimes slimy creatures that can live in the water and land, both, but can only lay eggs in water. A buffalo is a very large hairy beast that is a mammal. It lives on land and sometimes wades around in water, but never lives IN water.
salt water is very salty so not many thing live there.