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The herd's life
Buffalos live in huge herds, sometimes made of hundred of individuals. A herd is usually organized in clans of cows with their calves, led by bulls. Within the herd, the bulls' status depend on their age and on their size. This rank allows the more dominant buffalos to feed ahead of and in the heart of the herd. In this way, this privileged position provides a highest quality forage, not trampled yet by the rest of the herd, and a better protection from predators.
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