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buffalo

1. water buffalo—see bubalus bubalis. Called also carabao, Indian buffalo, arna, European domestic buffalo.
2. Dwarf or Asiatic buffalo—see anoa.
3. South African buffalo—syncerus caffer.
4. American buffalo; is really a bison—see bisonbison.
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Out of 1051 bp of the target mtDNA D-loop region of buffalo, nearly 75 bp were of poor quality from every 3' and 5' end of each of the 15 analyzed sequences.
If he gets approval from the state Alcoholic Beverage Control Division, Buffalo hopes to have the brewery up and running around Labor Day.
The three-legged Buffalo nickel is probably the most popular mint error ever made.
In the Nile drainage, primarily Ethiopia, Northwestern Uganda, and Sudan the buffalo are called Nile buffalo, slightly smaller, and although bulls are generally black, there are often brown cows in the herd.
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31, 2003, Oneida announced its plans to close the Buffalo factory along with four others "because of factors involving manufacturing costs," according to a statement.
Somewhere over the northern Pacific, Goetz, who now lives in Hokkaido and teaches English, began raving about the buffalo meat he once ate at a ranch in his home state of Wisconsin.
After the first two buffaloes arrived, the couple named their 90-acre ranch Buffalo Run.
Rediscovery of running buffalo clover excited botanists throughout its original range, and the search was on.
According to Simon, negotiations for a recyclable wood supply for the operation were conducted with Lake Front Recycling of Buffalo and other firms last year, but a contract with Lake Front was never signed.
Buffalo farming, for both meat and dairy, has grown steadily in Venezuela since the animal was introduced from neighboring Trinidad and Tobago more than 30 years ago.