"What's that Strange Smell, Gertrude?"
The African buffalo is a bulk grazer on grasses too tall and coarse for most ruminants. When this grass is scarce, they are able to browse on coarser vegetation. This reduces the grasses to a height preferred by other animals; a feeding succession.
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