The African forest buffalo, also known as the dwarf buffalo or the Congo buffalo, is the smallest subspecies of the African buffalo. It is related to the Cape buffalo, the Sudan buffalo, and the Nile buffalo . However, it is the only subspecies that occurs mainly in the rainforests of central and western Africa with an annual rainfall around 1,500 mm. It has been suggested to represent a distinct species, Syncerus nanus.
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