The banteng is a member of the wild cattle family, closely related to the more common guar.
Smaller than the guar, the male banteng has a black coat in the southern reaches of its domain,
and a brown coat further north. Like the guar, the legs are white. The female banteng is warm
brown in colour. Like the guar the banteng is domesticated by the local people. Banteng are found
in Burma, Vietnam, Java and Borneo.
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