Dubhi was a young but very powerful buffalo, as told in the Cambodian version of the Ramayana (Reamker), but not in the Ramayana itself. Dubhi is also calle Dundubhi or Dourabhi in other versions of the texts.
Dubhi was the only son to have survived the genocide carried out by his father, the King of the Buffaloes, who tried to have all his sons killed for fear of competition. During his wanderings in the forest, Dubhi met Valin (King of the Monkeys) who joined combat with him. You can read the full story in My Journal in the article Valin Fighting Dubhi.
Local legend relates that because Valin twisted Dubhi’s neck so hard when throwing him to the ground, all buffaloes have deep wrinkles around the neck.