The Cape buffalo is the largest and most common of the savanna buffaloes. In the Serengeti, in the rainy season, they can often be found in herds in the thousands.
Cape Buffalo are not endangered, but habitat loss and hunting pressures threaten them, as well as the introduction of non-native species, which can carry disease.
The symbiotic association the Cape buffalo has with the oxpecker is portrayed in this image with the oxpecker picking off parasites that the buffalo may be infested with.
This image is a reminder that all wildlife in an ecosystem depends on each other. If one species is vulnerable then this affects the rest of the ecosystem.
Print Size: 46.5cm x 32cm
Framed size: 69cm x 53.5cm
Description: Open Edition Print
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