FMNH 31711

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  • Water Buffalo
    (c) Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC 4.0
    Description: Water Buffalo [Bubalus bubalis bubalis] group or diorama, Hall 17. Male and female, of the Asiatic water buffalo. Near-by are seen three small hog deer, male, female and young, and specimens of white "cow heron," which habitually follow the water buffalo. Collected by Colonel Theodore Roosevelt and Charles Suydam Cutting. Taxidermy: Julius Friesser and Arthur G. Rueckert, Background painting representing the natural environment of the animals in southern Indo-China by Charles A. Corwin.
  • Water Buffalo
    (c) Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC 4.0
    Description: Water Buffalo [Bubalus bubalis bubalis] group or diorama, Hall 17. Male and female, of the Asiatic water buffalo. Near-by are seen three small hog deer, male, female and young, and specimens of white "cow heron," which habitually follow the water buffalo. Collected by Colonel Theodore Roosevelt and Charles Suydam Cutting. Taxidermy: Julius Friesser and Arthur G. Rueckert, Background painting representing the natural environment of the animals in southern Indo-China by Charles A. Corwin.
FM Catalog: Mammals
Catalog Subset: Specimen
Scientific Name: Bubalus bubalis bubalis
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Mammalia
Order: Artiodactyla
Family: Bovidae
Genus: Bubalus
Species: bubalis
Subspecies: bubalis
Field #: 53847
Collector: T. Roosevelt
Collection No.: k22
Geography: Asia, Vietnam, Cochin China, 2 mi from Annam Border, Lagna R. [LL]
DWc Country: Vietnam
Date Collected: 5 Jun 1929
Preparations: skin,skull,mounted
Tissue Available?: No
Co-ordinates Available?: Yes
Sex: Female
Sex: Female
EMu IRN: 2530937
OccurenceID: 3b809090-faa9-490d-95a2-57821ac01a19

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