The banteng, also known as tembadau, is a species of wild cattle originally from Southeast Asia. Banteng hunting takes place in Australia.
Banteng are a beautiful animal with impressive horns measuring 18″-25″ on a trophy bull. Banteng hunting in Australia usually takes place from May through September. The USF&WS has listed all banteng as endangered, but regards banteng in Australia as feral Bali cattle that can be hunted and imported into the United States.