Dexing Jiangxi: a buffalo's horn grows downwards

16:40, May 17, 2010      

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May 15, 2010, in Dexing, Jiangxi Province, Li Zhai Cun, In the home of Gu Liyun, the author saw a female buffalo with the horn growing downwards. This phenomenon is rarely seen in the herd, and is very rare in the whole country.

According to Gu Liyun, the female buffalo has been here 13 years now. It was a little calf when he bought it home, 3 years later, he slowly found that the buffalo had great strength and was different with other buffalos because it could race with people. At present, it has already given birth to four small buffalos.

By People's Daily Online


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