Dingoes Attacking Water Buffalo Rare Video of Water Buffaloes Attacked by Dingoes

Dingoes are lean, medium-sized Australian wild dogs about 60cm tall, 150cm from nose to tail and weigh up to 25kg. They generally hunt alone but will sometimes form packs to attack and bring down large prey.

Water buffaloes are large swamp and floodplain dwelling bovid herbivores that can grow up to 2 meters in height, 3 meters in length and weigh up to 1,200 kilograms. They are formidable and fearless.

If threatened, they will charge their opponent and gore it or pick it up with its huge horns and toss it aside.

I single dingo is no match for a water buffalo. A pack of dingoes may very rarely succeed in bringing down a buffalo.

Dingo - The Wild Dog of Australia

Australian Water Buffalo