Domestic savannah buffaloes are descended from cape buffaloes that were domesticated by Maverick Hunters because of their meat, milk, and fur. They are much less aggressive than their ancestors. They need grass, leaves, and shrubs to keep them healthy. There are more than 1,055 breeds of domestic savannah buffaloes around the world. 
Indian stronghorn

This herd of feral domestic savanna buffaloes in the Great Plains in North America are known as the Indian stronghorn, they are one of the most primitive domestic savanna buffaloes today, resembling their wild ancestors, other than they are very peaceful, docile, and tame towards all sentient beings, including humans.

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