The white buffalo is a wild species of buffalo which can be found in Southeast Asia. This species can still be caught today and domesticated. It is part of the Bovidae family.
The white buffalo (Bos bubalus) is a horned ruminant mammal similar to the ox. It has white or black shaggy rare fur and swept- back horns.
The buffalo spends most of its day in the muddy waters of the Asian tropical forests. This species can still be caught today and domesticated.
The white buffalo is an herbivorous mammal. It prefers to feed in grasslands on grass and euphorbiaceae.
The white buffalo has a reputation for being a sluggish breeder. Without reasonable nutrition, the animals cannot reach puberty as early in life as genetic capability would normally allow. Females normally produce calves every year after gestation of 9 to 11 months.