Cape Buffalo are strong, massive, hulks living in sub-Saharan Africa. Also called the African buffalo, they are known to be unpredictable and dangerous in encounters with humans and other animals. These imposing creatures have few predators.
They are bovines, generally found in clusters or in herds, but never domesticated.
Sometimes there are too many to count.
His look seems to say, “Don’t get too close or else.”
They remind me of the wood bison we have here in Northwest Territories. Very large, very communal and very tough.
I was thinking of the bison too! Maybe your wood bison are like the bison in Wyoming. They are all powerful.
Yes, they certainly are. I think the bison in Wyoming are plains bison. Somewhat smaller, but not to be trifled with!
Great shots, Pam. They are such stunning creatures. I was just going through mine and they all seemed to be hiding in the grasses. 🙂
Stunning and powerful! Sorry this is such a late response. I loved your post of the African animals as well as your tribute to John Lewis.