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The Dwarf Buffalo is the smallest of the African buffaloes. Its is found throughout Guinea, as well as northern Angola, Congo and western Uganda.
It is distinguished from close relatives by its reddishcoato, which is short except for the tip of the tail and the edges of the ears.
Both males and females have horns, although in the case of females they are less developed.
Dwarf buffaloes are usually grouped in herds of a few individuals, dominated by an adult male, although the group leader during movements is usually an old female.
They are always silent mammals, except during the breeding season, when males grunt, roar and fight fiercely. The gestation period lasts about nine months, after which one calf (or occasionally two) is born.
They like to rest during the hottest hours of the day, so they feed most at dusk and at night. They frequent muddy pools, where they wallow to relieve themselves from parasite bites.
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