The Life of Animals | Holstein | Tembadau or bull (from the Java language, bison), Bos javanicus, are animals that  with cattle and are found in Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Borneo, Java, and Bali. The bull was taken to Northern Australia during British colonization in 1849 and is still sustainable.

There are three subspecies of wild bison: B. javanicus javanicus (Java, Madura and Bali), B. javanicus lowi (on Borneo, the male is brown instead of black), and B. javanicus birmanicus (in Indochina). The latter subspecies is classified as Endangered by the IUCN.

The bull can reach about 1.6 m high at the shoulder and body length 2.3 m. Weight bull is usually around 680-810 kg - a very large male can weigh a ton - while females are lighter. Bull has a white section on the lower leg, the white hump, and the white around the eyes and snout, although there is little sexual dimorphism in these traits. Bull has a skin-colored or blue-black or dark brown, long horns curved upward, and the hump at the shoulders. Meanwhile, females have reddish brown skin, short horns leading into and not humped.

Bull live from grass, bamboo, fruit, leaves and young twigs. Bull is generally active both night and daytime, but in the area of human settlements, they adapt as nocturnal animals. Bull has a tendency to group the herd numbered two to thirty individuals. In Java, Ujung Kulon National Park, Meru National Park Betiri, Bali Barat National Park and National Park Baluran be the last defense of this native of Southeast Asia.

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