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An elephant never forgets but a buffalo never forgives

Buffaloes in Uganda

Besides all the Uganda safari tours  and Gorilla trekking in Uganda Bwindi impenetrable forest, Uganda has got very many strong wild animals such as lions, leopard, elephants, rhinos buffaloes and many more.

Buffaloes are known to be one of the most dangerous species of animals in Uganda. There are two subspecies of buffalo that exist in Uganda; the larger Savannah buffalo and the smaller forest buffalo.

Wildlife safari in ugandaA buffalo is one of the most abundant of Africa’s large herbivores. It also depends on water.

They are very powerful and can be found in many of the National Parks of Uganda such as Lake Mburo National Park, Murchison falls park, Queen Elizabeth park and Kidepo valley park. They are simply powerful and awesome animal to behold.

Buffaloes have earned a bad reputation from hunters and other people who come in close contact with them. They are unpredictable and can be dangerous if surrounded. Though they have been known to ambush men and are often accused of deliberate violence, they are usually easy-going if left alone.

An elephant never forgets but a buffalo never forgives. It can still recognize a person who has hurt it in the past and on the next occasion it will not hesitate to attack.

They are known to attack and kill hunters. They particularly seek revenge on whoever has hurt them in the past.

Buffaloes will happily attack and injure the king of the jungle that threatens to attack them.

Visitors to Uganda needn’t worry about getting caught in a panic when go to visit buffaloes because they are always guided.

Therefore, to enjoy all these exciting wildlife, on your way to or from gorilla trekking safari in Uganda or gorilla trekking safari in Rwanda/Uganda gorilla safaris.

To enjoy these Buffaloes in Uganda, please contact prime Uganda safaris for all the bookings.

 

 

 

 

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