Buffalo in Kenya
The buffalo is another animal which appears in great numbers in all the major parks in Kenya, with the exception of Nairobi National Park.
The massive animal is said to be the most dangerous (to humans) of all African animals and should be treated with caution, although for the most part they will stay out of your way. Females protecting young calves, and solitary rogue bulls, are the most aggressive and having 800 kg of angry animal thundering towards you is no joke.
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Both sexes have the distinctive curving horns which broaden and almost meet over the forehead, although those in the female are usually smaller. The buffalo’s colour varies from dark reddish brown to black. Buffalo are often found in herds of 100 or more and never stray too far from water, especially in the dry season. When food and water are plentiful the herds often disperse. They are territorial in that they have a home range of about 50 km outside of which they don’t stray.
Buffalo in Kenya – Photos