Water Buffalo Researchers believe that the wild water buffalo, Bubalus arnee, was the ancestor of domestic water buffalo. They often visit water bodies where they can access softer, aquatic plants. Domesticated water buffaloes are often given supplementary feed, especially if used for milk or meat production. They are active during the day and at night, depending on where they live. Most herds contain females and their babies, while males are more solitary. The wild water buffalo is classified as “Endangered”

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