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The water buffalo (bubalus bubalis) or domestic water buffalo is a large bovid originating in the indian subcontinent, china, and southeast asia. Today, it is also found in europe, australia, north america, south america and some african countries. The wild water buffalo (bubalus arnee) native to southeast asia is considered a different species, but most likely represents the ancestor of the. Feeding the dry buffalo concern is preparing for partum and a high milk production. In the last two months of gestation the buffalo has increased requirements for nutrients for fetal growth. Experiments with murrah buffaloes has shown that the best economical way of feeding dry buffaloes 2 months before calving is at 125 of the recommended level for cattle (nrc, 1988). Wild water buffalo of asia has been declared as endangered species. On the other hand, domestic water buffalo is further divided into two types based on differences in physical characteristics river buffalo and swamp buffalo. Water buffaloes are the largest among all the other members of the buffalo family with an average height of five to six. The wild water buffalo (bubalus arnee), also called asian buffalo, asiatic buffalo and wild asian buffalo, is a large bovine native to the indian subcontinent and southeast asia. It has been listed as endangered in the iucn red list since 1986, as the remaining population totals less than 4,000. A population decline of at least 50 over the last three generations (2430 years) is projected to. Domestic water buffalo (bubalus bubalis) tend to be smaller than their wild ancestors and show variation in color individuals may be dark gray or black, brown, white, or piebald.