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This miniature water buffalo (Bubalus depressicornis) is found in Indonesia. Indeed, ‘anoa’ is the Sulawesi word for ‘buffalo’. This species is characterized by its stocky body and thick, dark skin which is darker in males than females. The body is sparsely covered with brown to blackish hair and the forelegs bear white or yellowish white hair. The nape and throat are also a pale yellow-white color. Adults bear horns that point backward and are flat and wrinkled. Males’ horns grow to about 30 cm in length, while females’ horns are slightly smaller at about 25 cm (in length). Juveniles are brown in color with a woolly coat which is lost as they mature.

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