Why we should be thankful for the buffalo: The world’s most popular mammal
An extraordinary new species of buffalo, discovered in China, has gone on display in China.
The wild buffalo, also known as the kamikaze buffalo, is the most endangered animal in the world, according to conservationists.
“The first thing you want to do is learn more about it.
The second thing is to help them,” said Jia Qinglin, a conservationist at the China National Museum in Beijing, who is leading the exhibition, called the World’s Most Popular Mammals.
The exhibition includes images of the animal, which is the oldest surviving one in the wild, and photographs of its young.
The first one, an image of an infant that was preserved after being killed by poachers in 2014, is now on display at the Museum of Zoology, the museum said in a statement.
A second photo shows the animal in its adult state.
It was found in 2015 in a small valley near the border of China and Vietnam.
It was only the second such adult found in the whole of Asia, according the World Wildlife Fund.
“This is the first time that we have seen this species in its natural habitat, but it is a very rare species, and there is not a single other adult in the entire wild world,” said Ma Xiaoxiao, head of the conservation group WWF China, which commissioned the project.
“It is the world’s second-largest wild animal, after the elephant.”
It is thought to be only about a third of its original size, but the animal is thought by experts to have evolved from a species that lived around 5,000 years ago.
The buffalo is a member of the zebra family, the largest mammal in the animal kingdom.
Its descendants are thought to have spread across much of Asia from Africa.
“What we want to find out is how they got here,” said Liu Yang, a geneticist at Beijing’s University of Hong Kong.
“If they are descendants of this extinct species, then we will have a clue on how they came to Asia and Africa.”
The world’s oldest living buffalo, found in a cave in Yunnan province, was discovered in 2014.
It is believed to have been around 4,000 to 5,200 years old.