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The banteng, also known as tembadau, is a species of wild cattle found in Southeast Asia and Australia. The banteng is similar in size to domesticated cattle. Banteng live in sparse forest where they feed on grasses, bamboo, fruit, leaves, and young branches. The banteng is generally active both night and day, but in places where humans are common, they adopt a nocturnal schedule. Banteng tend to gather in herds of two to 30 members. Each herd contains only one adult bull. The domesticated form of the banteng was first introduced to Australia in 1849. Since then, the initial population had grown from only 20 in 1849 to 8,000-10,000 and is used exclusively for sport hunting and by Aboriginal subsistence hunters.


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Information and pictures provided by community member Villkatta.

Color Picture
  • common
  • also seen on the icon
Banteng tricolor
"Gold" or "Yellow"
  • common
Banteng yellow
  • common
  • white-ish legs and around the muzzle
  • grey body color
Banteng grey
  • common
  • the only "official" fur variation
  • black-ish color and no white around the muzzle
  • white-ish legs and some white inside its ears
Banteng dark
  • rare
  • unlike the dark, completely black all over
  • no white legs, no white inside ears
  • small difference in shade on the legs
Banteng melanistic
  • rare
no trophy shot yet

Permitted Ammunition

Arrows compound standard orange 256
Arrows recurve standard brown 256
Bolts standard green 256
50 conical bullet
.50 Con.
Cartridges 45 70 government 256
Cartridges 405
Cartridges 340 weatherby
Cartridges 300 256
Cartridges 93x62 256
Cartridges 9.3x74r
Cartridges 7mm magnum 256
Cartridges 8x57 256
8x57 IS
50 lead bullet
.50 Lead
Cartridges 454 revolver el toro

See full list here.