Water Buffaloes

Thingyan, Myanmar Water Festival, takes place toward the end of the hot, dry season and ushers in the Myanmar New Year. This festival is also celebrated in neighboring Theravada Buddhist countries; Songkran in Thailand and Laos, Chaul Chnam Thmey in Cambodia. The festival lasts three or five days.

Thingyan, Myanmar Water Festival, takes place toward the end of the hot, dry season and ushers in the Myanmar New Year. This festival is also celebrated in neighboring Theravada Buddhist countries; Songkran in Thailand and Laos, Chaul Chnam Thmey in Cambodia. The festival lasts three or five days.

Burmese Buffalo Water Festival 2015 Part (1) This event is a Burmese traditional event like Burmese New Year and pour water each other.

Thingyan, Myanmar Water Festival, takes place toward the end of the hot, dry season and ushers in the Myanmar New Year. This festival is also celebrated in neighboring Theravada Buddhist countries; Songkran in Thailand and Laos, Chaul Chnam Thmey in Cambodia. The festival lasts three or five days.

Thingyan, Myanmar Water Festival, takes place toward the end of the hot, dry season and ushers in the Myanmar New Year. This festival is also celebrated in neighboring Theravada Buddhist countries; Songkran in Thailand and Laos, Chaul Chnam Thmey in Cambodia. The festival lasts three or five days.

Burmese Buffalo Water Festival 2015 Part (2)

Thingyan, Myanmar Water Festival, takes place toward the end of the hot, dry season and ushers in the Myanmar New Year. This festival is also celebrated in neighboring Theravada Buddhist countries; Songkran in Thailand and Laos, Chaul Chnam Thmey in Cambodia. The festival lasts three or five days.

Hundreds of buffaloes have drowned in a river on the border between Botswana and Namibia.

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Firefighters poured water into a well during a rescue attempt of a buffalo that had become trapped there.

Video of the rescue, captured in Wenshan Zhuang and Miao Autonomous Prefecture in southwestern Yunnan Province on November 1, shows firemen and villagers unsuccesfully trying to use ropes to pull the buffalo out.

The rescuers then can be seen filling the well with water to help the buffalo swim up.

Eventually both firefighters and villagers drag the buffalo out of the well together.

The buffalo apparently had fallen into the uncovered well accidentally on its route home, and its owner called for help from firefighters, according to reports.

It was rescued successfully but suffered fractures to its right hind leg.