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   Undertoad  Friday Jun 13 11:56 AM

6/13/2003: Baby buffalo

This baby buffalo is frolicking with its parents at the Cincinnati Zoo. When this picture was taken, the little guy was only four days old, but 60 pounds (compare to the adult which can weigh up to 2500).

CharlieG  Friday Jun 13 12:56 PM

NOW I know how they fly with such small wings - They must come from the babies

chrisinhouston  Friday Jun 13 02:49 PM

He looks "vealy" good.

Griff  Friday Jun 13 03:06 PM

Its interesting to me that a holstein calf (your garden variety black and white dairy critter) commonly weighs in at 90 to 100lbs at birth. Beefers tend to be a little smaller like this guy. I'd assume its because ease of birth is important for these wild ones?

Oh no! Thars a song in my head! Buffalo gal won't you come out tonight, come out tonight... hmmm... I wonder what that tune means?

Griff  Friday Jun 13 03:31 PM

Man was Al Gore on to something or what? quick search and... Apparently the tune is quite old and Buffalo refers to the town so its not a racial thing, except that it was commonly performed in black face back in the day.

xoxoxoBruce  Friday Jun 13 04:23 PM

Great pic UT.

Undertoad  Friday Jun 13 04:57 PM

Yeh, the wings must be taken off at birth.

Griff  Friday Jun 13 05:01 PM

De-winging makes them easier to fence in.

xoxoxoBruce  Friday Jun 13 07:00 PM

And the wings are more tenderer.
It looks like the big one is scaring the *poop* out of the calf.

Bitmap  Friday Jun 13 10:59 PM

i'd too if two 2500 lb male Buffalos were giving me that look.

good Friday Pic UT!

actualy i think the turd is on the ground behind them, the calf just has his tail raised.

Bitman  Tuesday Jun 17 05:20 PM

Originally posted by Bitmap
i'd too if two 2500 lb male Buffalos were giving me that look.
Wait, how do buffalos reproduce again?

Bitmap  Tuesday Jun 17 06:21 PM

very carefully

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