Are Buffalo Extinct?

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The term buffalo usually refers to the American bison (Bison bison) or American buffalo. This species of bison nearly became extinct but it was conserved and restricted to national reserves and parks.
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o dont know.
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The buffalo almost went extinct in the 1890's but the number slowly increased and now
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The native Americans hunted them for food fur and hides. The whites hunted them mostly for hides and tongues, leaving large numbers of carcass's to rot. To the native Americans, the
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Cape buffalo, firstly live in the south africa, with the human from the industrial world, hunt, get fur, and meat
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African buffalo are currently classified as being of least concern.
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