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Osaka, Ōsaka, Nhật Bản

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Nguyen Khoi
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May 22 - Jun 13, 2018
Group size: 1 - 25
Japan
Osaka, Ōsaka, Nhật Bản

Nguyen Khoi
  • Email address verified

May 22 - Jun 13, 2018
Group size: 1 - 25

About this trip

Water buffaloes are herbivores and feed on grass, herbs, and other vegetation. Since they spend most of their time submerged in water (hence their namesake), aquatic plants make up most of their diet. Because of this, their presence in a particular habitat depends on water availability. Water also helps them keep cool. Although another way they regulate their body temperatures is by rolling in the mud.

Water buffaloes are herbivores and feed on grass, herbs, and other vegetation. Since they spend most of their time submerged in water (hence their namesake), aquatic plants make up most of their diet. Because of this, their presence in a particular habitat depends on water availability. Water also helps them keep cool. Although another way they regulate their body temperatures is by rolling in the mud.

Water buffaloes are herbivores and feed on grass, herbs, and other vegetation. Since they spend most of their time submerged in water (hence their namesake), aquatic plants make up most of their diet. Because of this, their presence in a particular habitat depends on water availability. Water also helps them keep cool. Although another way they regulate their body temperatures is by rolling in the mud.

Water buffaloes are herbivores and feed on grass, herbs, and other vegetation. Since they spend most of their time submerged in water (hence their namesake), aquatic plants make up most of their diet. Because of this, their presence in a particular habitat depends on water availability. Water also helps them keep cool. Although another way they regulate their body temperatures is by rolling in the mud.

Water buffaloes are herbivores and feed on grass, herbs, and other vegetation. Since they spend most of their time submerged in water (hence their namesake), aquatic plants make up most of their diet. Because of this, their presence in a particular habitat depends on water availability. Water also helps them keep cool. Although another way they regulate their body temperatures is by rolling in the mud.

Water buffaloes are herbivores and feed on grass, herbs, and other vegetation. Since they spend most of their time submerged in water (hence their namesake), aquatic plants make up most of their diet. Because of this, their presence in a particular habitat depends on water availability. Water also helps them keep cool. Although another way they regulate their body temperatures is by rolling in the mud.

Water buffaloes are herbivores and feed on grass, herbs, and other vegetation. Since they spend most of their time submerged in water (hence their namesake), aquatic plants make up most of their diet. Because of this, their presence in a particular habitat depends on water availability. Water also helps them keep cool. Although another way they regulate their body temperatures is by rolling in the mud.

Water buffaloes are herbivores and feed on grass, herbs, and other vegetation. Since they spend most of their time submerged in water (hence their namesake), aquatic plants make up most of their diet. Because of this, their presence in a particular habitat depends on water availability. Water also helps them keep cool. Although another way they regulate their body temperatures is by rolling in the mud.

Water buffaloes are herbivores and feed on grass, herbs, and other vegetation. Since they spend most of their time submerged in water (hence their namesake), aquatic plants make up most of their diet. Because of this, their presence in a particular habitat depends on water availability. Water also helps them keep cool. Although another way they regulate their body temperatures is by rolling in the mud.


They are crazy in love with water

Water buffaloes are herbivores and feed on grass, herbs, and other vegetation. Since they spend most of their time submerged in water (hence their namesake), aquatic plants make up most of their diet. Because of this, their presence in a particular habitat depends on water availability. Water also helps them keep cool. Although another way they regulate their body temperatures is by rolling in the mud.

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