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Cape buffalo

Cape buffalo (Syncerus caffer), also known as the African buffalo, is a species of mammal belonging to the Bovidae family and native to Africa. This species is one of the largest in its family and can measure up to 1.7 meters tall at the withers and weigh up to 900 kg.

The Cape buffalo's diet is primarily herbivorous, feeding on grass, leaves, twigs, and tree bark. You can also consume some fruits and flowers. These animals are ruminants, which means they have a four-chambered stomach that allows them to efficiently digest fiber from plants.

In terms of its habitat, the Cape buffalo is found in a wide variety of ecosystems, from the grasslands and savannahs to the forests and mountains of Africa. However, it is most commonly found in open areas with access to water and fresh grass.

In their performance in the Anthropocene, the Cape buffalo has been the target of hunting and hunting by humans for many years, leading to declines in their population. Furthermore, the degradation and fragmentation of its natural habitat due to human expansion and agriculture has also affected its survival.

However, the Cape buffalo has proven to be a hardy and adaptable species, and has managed to survive in some national parks and nature reserves. Furthermore, its role in the ecosystem as a key herbivore and important prey item for African predators makes it an essential species for the health and balance of the ecosystems in which it lives.

Bust replica hyperrealistic and with a high degree of precision.

Approximate measurements of the replica:

Medium: 72 mm H
Large: 120 mm H