Funboot: Deadliest Animals

World has been full of wild animals that are very dangerous. And when it comes to Africa, this continent has many wild animals which are really very dangerous. In fact Africa is the continent on this

African Forest Buffalo by Tony Camacho African forest buffalo is the smallest subspecies of the African buffalo. It is related to the Cape buffalo, West African savanna buffalo and Central African...

African Forest Buffalo by Tony Camacho. The African Forest Buffalo is the only subspecies of the African buffalo that lives in the rainforest.

African Buffalo - The coat of the African buffalo is short and can vary from red to black. It also has thick, bossed horns.  The African buffalo's poor eyesight and hearing is made up for by its strong sense of smell.

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Water Buffalo FLY and EYE by Rudi Hulshof, via 500px

The most amazing early morning sunlight made the Buffalo subjects perfect for photography. This Cape Buffalo cow obliged by turning and allowing the sun to illuminate her face and head, that was covered by small flies.

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African Buffalo, Syncerus Caffer, Tanzania

"African Buffalo" by David Lloyd, via 500px.

Picture: David Lloyd / Barcroft Media David used his stunning black and white stills to capture the simplicity of each brief moment in the lives of the creatures he found in Kenya and Botswana, which he transformed into fine art through his photography.

CAPE BUFFALO - KENYA by Michael Sheridan A Cape Buffalo – Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya. Considered by many to be the most aggressive and dangerous of African animals, the Cape Buffalo tends to attract avian passengers – in this case, a group of Yellow-billed Oxpeckers and a Yellow-billed Stork.

Cape Buffalo and a Yellow-billed Stork- KENYA by Michael Sheridan A Cape Buffalo – Lake Nakuru National Park, Kenya. Considered by many to be the most aggressive and dangerous of African animals, the Cape Buffalo tends to attract avian passengers.

African Buffalo

World's Most Expensive African Buffalo Valued at $11.1 Million

This buffalo is worth more than what top South African CEOs earn in 5 years

Cape Buffalo with an Oxpecker.

Think you can tame one? African Cape Buffalo with an Oxpecker on his face.

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