Banteng

 

Banteng (Bos javanicus)
Appearance: Banteng have a prominent ridge above their shoulders. Mature males have distinctive black and white markings. Younger males and females are tan and white.

Weight: Up to 900 kgs (200 lbs).

Height: 165 cms (65 ins.)

Horns: Are comparatively small with a boss as an attractive feature.

Trophy size: Measurements are taken around the base and the outside length of the horn. 

History: Banteng were introduced to Australia from Indonesia in 1849. 

Hunting Banteng in Australia: Solitary, and flighty as well as a potential for aggressive behaviour when threatened makes banteng an exciting quarry.