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A Cape Buffalo drinks from a waterhole in the darkness of night near the Mozambique border of South Africa. One of the most successful of Africa’s wild ruminants, the Cape Buffalo thrives in virtually all types of grassland habitat in sub-Saharan Africa, from dry savanna to swamp and from lowland floodplains to montane mixed forest and glades, as long as it is within commuting distance of water.

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