Anoa, also known as midget buffalo and sapiutan, are a subgenus of Bubalus comprising two species native to Indonesia: the mountain anoa (Bubalus quarlesi) and the lowland anoa (Bubalus depressicornis). Both live in the undisturbed rainforest and are essentially miniature water buffalo. They are similar in appearance to a deer, weighing 150–300 kg.
These are the reasons why we choose anoa to represent result orientation attribute:
- Anoa has sharp memory to remember anything
- When excited, mountain anoa vocalize with a short “moo”.
- Mountain anoa tend to be most active during the morning