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The well-developed senses of the buffalo
One of the main characteristics of the buffalo is its extremely developed sense of smell, that allows it to accurately analyze odors. He thus recognizes edible or non-edible plants and feels coming predators, especially the lion. A buffalo sniffing is recognizable thanks to its attitude : it raises its head, stretches its muzzle and rolls up its lips. Like all herbivores, the buffalo has a very fine hearing. When it hears a noise, it turns its head towards the sounds to facilitate its perception. It reacts immediately by running away from danger, or charging as a last resort.
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