| Latin Name
| Conservation Status
||Critically Endangered (Possibly Extinct)
|| S E Asia
||Brown, Grey or Black
||2.1 - 2.2 m (7 - 7.25 ft)
||1 - 1.1 m (3.25 - 3.5 ft)
||700 - 900 kgs (1,544 - 1,985 lbs)
| Life Expectancy
||Up to 20 Yrs
Kouprey are very large ungulates that have a body length between 2.1 and 2.2 m (7 - 7.25 ft), a tail length between 1 and 1.1 m (3.25 - 3.5 ft) and they weigh between 700 and 900 kgs (880 - 1,985 lbs).
Kouprey once ranged through Thailand, Laos and Vietnam but now individuals are only likely to exist in small portions of eastern Cambodia. They prefer open areas close to dense forests.
Kouprey feed on grasses and other vegetation.
Humans are the only known predators of the Kouprey.
There are no subspecies of the Kouprey.
Kouprey are also known as:
Cambodian Forest Ox
This species was discovered in 1937 and the Kouprey is one of the world's rarest animals.
Asian Water Buffalo