A buffalo bull is larger than the cow or female buffalo. The bull can stand up to six feet tall from hoof to shoulders and weighs almost twice the amount as a female buffalo tipping the scales at 2000 pounds.
Buffalo calves are born away from the herd in a secluded area with plenty of cover. The female buffalo will provide protection for the young calves as the male buffalo do not participate in this activity.
Buffalo calves are born red in color, The young calves begin to change in color at the age of two months old. The red color slowly begins to turn brown and by the age of four months old they are entirely brown in color .