Written by Luca, 3rd grade. Midtown International School (MIS)
Wild Water Buffalo are endangered animals with only 4,000 of them remaining. They are soft and gentle creatures who help humans pull wood.
These buffalo live in the Indian Subcontinent. The population has decreased 50% over the last 30 years leaving us with so few. There are several reasons they are endangered. One main reason they have been interbred with domestic buffalo. People also hunt the wild buffalo and trade them illegally. They have lost their habitat because people build houses and buildings. Lastly, because wild water buffalo they caught more parasites and diseases.
Humans should be aware of how their actions affect our ecosystems. We are in danger of losing the wild water buffalo forever.