Author: Gregg Yan
Order : Artiodactyla
Family : Bovidae
Subfamily : Bovinae
Species : Bubalus mindorensis
The Tamaraw, tamarou is listed as Critically Endangered (CR), facing an extremely high risk of extinction in the wild, on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species
Tamaraw habitatsForest, Grassland, Subtropical / Tropical Moist Lowland and Subtropical / Tropical Seasonally Wet / Flooded Grassland
Facts about the tamaraw
The Tamaraw or dwarf water buffalo (Bubalus mindorensis) is the largest wild land mammal in the Philippines.
The Tamaraw, scientifically known as Bubalus mindorensis, is endemic to Mindoro. (Full text)
The Tamaraw (Bubalus mindorensis) is an endemic land mammal found only on the Island of Mindoro.
Contrary to common belief and past classification, the Tamaraw is not a subspecies of the local Carabao, which is only slightly larger, or the Water Buffalo.
); Tamaraw #2 (22 Kb JPEG) (Field Museum) The tamaraw is a small wild buffalo weighing about 300 kg (660 lb). (Full text)
Conservation Status The tamaraw is listed as Critically Endangered by the 2000 IUCN Red Data List, as Endangered by the U.
Feature: The Mindoro tamaraw is vanishing
to the IUCN/SSC Asian Wild Cattle Specialist Group (2000), the total wild population of tamaraw is estimated to be .
The solitary nature of the tamaraw is suggested to be an adaptation to a forest environment, where large groups would prove to be a hindrance (Eisenberg, 1966, in Kuehn, 1986). (Full text)
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Full Story Sept 16, 2004 The Tamaraws are back in the promised land The Far Eastern University heads back to the promised land as they trounced the University of the East in their Final Four match up, 71-64.
Tamaraws are primarily grazers and, when not feeding, spend the majority of their day bathing and wallowing.
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Yes, La Salle led the game by some points but we know the Tamaraws are really good after that 10 minutes or so break time. (Full text)
â€œ[Besides] their traditional rival, the Ateneo Eagles, the Archers have to prepare themselves since the Tamaraws are expected to get even with them,â€ said Commissioner Chino Trinidad.
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