Cape buffalo

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Synonyms for Cape buffalo

large often savage buffalo of southern Africa having upward-curving horns

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I've used this model in Africa with great success on a variety of plains game as well as Cape buffalo.
I have no particular desire to shoot a Cape buffalo with a .
4, Around The Asi Gumbad Near Rbt Enclosure And Beat No 14 In Front Of Cape Buffalo Enclosure , Secondary Fencing In Leopard Enclosure At Beat No.
In a letter to UPS, Wayne Pacelle, president and CEO of The Humane Society of the United States, urges: "On behalf of The Humane Society of the United States and Humane Society International, and our millions of supporters throughout the United States and the rest of the world, I ask you to join with the other major airlines in the world and establish a policy that bans the transport of wild animal hunting trophies, in particular Africa's "Big Five": African elephants, rhinoceroses, African lions, leopards, and Cape buffalo.
The X bullet continues to prove itself on all variety of game including whitetail and antelope to Cape buffalo, big horn sheep, African plains game, mountain lions and elephants.
Soldiers encamped in Mozambique's Gorongosa National Park, an area rich in flora and fauna, hunted elephants, zebras, Cape buffalo and other animals for food.
The control-free areas in the study area range from 450-1100 ha, where there are Cape buffalo Syncerus caffer (Sparrman, 1779), giraffe Giraffa Camelopardalis (L.
I had taken a Cape buffalo in the 1990s and knew the rigors of heavy arrows and serious draw-weight poundage.
Boasting the 'Big Five' - lions elephants, Cape buffalo, leopards and rhinos - Sanbona Wildlife Reserve is one of the largest privately owned wildlife parks in the Western Cape, where animals roam freely on 54,000 hectares.
Archers has put together a more affordable safari package, with a chance to spot lions, leopards, elephants, rhino and cape buffalo in Kenya.
Five feet more, at the point of no return, I am breathing like a lung-shot cape buffalo.
The new species is one of about a dozen known to have solid lumps of bone on top of their skulls, which Longrich speculates was probably used to ram one another head-on in a manner similar to modern-day musk oxen and cape buffalo.
A lot of people get them mixed up with the Cape Buffalo in Africa, but they really are more of a companion animal.
Another fingertip fact: The horns of a rhino and a cape buffalo are made of the same stuff as your fingernails: keratin (KARE-uh-tin).
In Journey Into Africa, you can see white rhinoceros, Cape buffalo, Roosevelt's gazelles and African crowned cranes from the comfort of an open-air tram.