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"Cape Buffalo are formidable creatures. In general Cape Buffalo are gregarious, however if aggravated they can quickly become aggressive and very unpredictable. Cape Buffalo live in herds numbering as small as 50 or as large as 450.
The Cape buffalo’s eyesight isn’t the best but their sense of smell is very acute. An angry or curios buff will often raise its head high while still peering over its nose to assess a situation. It is somewhat similar to someone with an attitude sizing you up with bi-focals. Old bulls in their later years often leave the herd and mingle in small bachelor herds. This fellow was giving us the hairy eyeball in Kenya’s Nakuru Park March 2009." - Kim Diment
This original acrylic painting of a Cape Buffalo titled "Squared Off" will be auctioned at the upcoming 2010 Dallas Safari Club Convention January 7-10, 2010 at the Dallas Convention Center, “The mission of the Dallas Safari Club is to conserve wildlife and wilderness lands; to educate youth and the general public and to promote and protect the rights and interests of hunters worldwide.”
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